4 Yes, the Camera Is Even Better
While it only represents a one-year jump, Apple claims it’s equipped iPhone XS and XS Max with a much better camera than even iPhone X — employing the most advanced sensors, lenses and technologies available.
Thanks to the A12 Bionic’s enhanced image signal processor (ISP), Apple’s latest iPhones are able to capture remarkable photos with incredible new software effects such as:
Smart HDR, which leverages multiple technologies like advanced sensors and new machine learning algorithms to bring more highlights and shadow details to your photos.
Advanced Bokeh and Depth control, meaning more sophisticated and manipulatable backgrounds featuring the signature blur effect that’s so synonymous with stunning portrait shots.
The all-new feature for this year’s iPhone XS, XS Max, and upcoming XR, called Depth Control, will even further allow users to adjust the depth of field in their photos even after they’ve been captured.
The iPhone XS and XS Max’ dual-lens cameras are second-to-none right now, and according to our Editor who recently upgraded to the XS Max from an iPhone 8 Plus, the camera offers a considerable improvement in both photo quality and detail, especially in low-light.