Smartphones have impressive cameras, but they can't fix bad photographers. But a rumoured new feature in the iPhone 11 might save people from some of their bad habits.
We're in full leak season right now as we lead up to the release of Apple's iPhone 11 series. While Apple is yet to confirm the final design, case factories have been offering a steady stream of information from design concepts to dummy phones. Here's everything we know right now.
While Apple has yet to confirm what's actually under the hood of the three models, likely to be released in a few months, 9to5Mac has alleged they will come with a feature called Smart Frame. The feature will capture extra information when you take a photo and will allow you to adjust the framing or perspective of it image in case you screwed up.
That extra part of the photo will be discarded after a short while for privacy reasons.
Leaked dummy versions of the unreleased models also indicate they'll come with a huge camera bump on the rear, allowing way for three cameras. They'll allegedly offer advanced 3D-sensing, stereoscopic vision and are capable of capturing wide-angle images.
An announcement from Apple regarding the iPhone 11's launch dates is expected in early September, or whenever iPhone Day is scheduled.
With most of the major Android smartphone makers having unveiled their flagship models for 2019, attention now shifts to Cupertino to see what Apple has in store. Although some improvements are predictable, there are some that updates that we should while there are a few wild cards out there as well. What can we expect from the 2019 iPhone?