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the advanced photography of the iPhone 11 arrive with iOS 13.2

We have several days with many updates followed by iOS / iPadOS 13, I point out that Apple still needs to solve some errors that have appeared with the new operating systems. And it doesn't seem like the thing is going to end soon, because TechCrunch already talks about the next arrival of the iOS 13.2 beta.

And in this beta we are not going to limit ourselves to see improvements of errors: we will also see for the first time the arrival of Deep Fusion to the iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro. Thanks to that function, which was revealed in the last keynote of September, the quality of certain photographs we take with those iPhone can improve. And a lot.

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Basically, Deep Fusion take up to nine pictures of what you're focusing on before you press the shutter. Each of the photographs is taken at several different exhibitions, different conditions, and the best of each is mixed with the photographs you have taken to create a higher quality image.

The only thing you need to be able to take photos with Deep Fusion is an iPhone 11 or iPhone 11 Pro, since this function only needs an A13 chip. So this feature does not work with the iPhone XS, XR or any of the previous generations.

We can try Deep Fusion as soon as the first beta of iOS 13.2 reaches developers and at the public level. That might be this afternoon, or sometime later this week. We will be attentive to its launch. The stable version, of course, does not arrive until later. They can be days or even weeks of waiting, so we recommend patience.

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         iOS 13.2 beta 1 arrive with Deep Fusion this week, maybe today

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