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iPhone 11 – How to Enable the New “Deep Fusion” Camera Feature


These past couple of months have been great for Apple fans, especially for those who use one of the latest iPhones. The reason why we are saying that is because Apple has kept rolling out major software updates every month and a brand-new one which sports the iOS 13.2 version number has arrived yesterday. The new update introduces a bunch of improvements and bug fixes but more importantly, it enables the much-anticipated Deep Fusion camera technology that will help Apple fans take amazing photos with their iPhone 11.

What is Deep Fusion?

Since Deep Fusion is still a new technology, there are still many people who don’t know how it works. Fortunately, Phil Schiller who is Apple’s Vice President decided to release a statement where he described everything there is to know about the new feature.

“So what is it doing? How do we get an image like this? Are you ready for this? This is what it does. It shoots nine images, before you press the shutter button it’s already shot four short images, four secondary images. When you press the shutter button it takes one long exposure, and then in just one second, the Neural Engine analyzes the fused combination of long and short images picking the best among them, selecting all the pixels, and pixel by pixel, going through 24 million pixels to optimize for detail and low noise, like you see in the sweater there. It’s amazing this is the first time a Neural Processor is responsible for generating the output image. It is computational photography mad science,” said the VP.

How to Enable Deep Fusion on iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro, iPhone 11 Pro Max

  • Download the latest iOS 13.2 update on your iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro or iPhone 11 Pro Max;
  • Access the following options Settings – Camera and now turn off the “Photos Capture Outside the Frame” feature;
  • Make sure that you are not using the telephoto or wide lens;
  • Deep Fusion is now going to always work “behind the scenes” to improve the overall quality of your photos.