Apple Likely to Copy Google Pixel’s Signature Camera Feature on iPhone 11

Google Pixel’s Night Sight mode has set a new standard in the mobile industry thanks to the quality of photos taken in low-light conditions, and other companies like Huawei and Samsung rushed to copy this idea and bring similar capabilities to their phones.

The next in line to do the same thing appears to be none other than Apple, who is reportedly interested in bringing a Night Sight-like mode to the iPhone with the next-generation model.

Information provided by Max Weinbach, who has a good track on mobile scoops, and published by EverythingApplePro on YouTube, indicates that Apple’s night mode is supposed to be even better than the other similar features currently on the market.

In other words, if you’re impressed with the quality of photos you take in low-light conditions with the Google Pixel 3, the next iPhone should totally blow your mind.

No word on the models getting it

Specifics aren’t yet available right now, but Apple is said to be considering an automatic mechanism that would allow this night mode to kick in when low-light conditions are detected. It’s not yet clear if a separate mode in the camera app to let users manually enable it is planned…

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