The impressive advancements in iPhone photography have made Apple the industry benchmark for quality. This week they took an even bigger leap with the unveiling of the iPhone XS, XS Max, and iPhone XR.
The camera power is backed by what Apple is calling their A12 Bionic chip, with next-generation Neural Engine, that apparently performs five trillion operations per second. What does this mean for photographs? In short, it means powerful, lighting quick processing. Pointing and shooting offers you very impressive results. In fractions of a second, the phone automatically calibrates white balance, high dynamic range, exposure, focus, noise reduction, local tone mapping, face detection, and more — giving you a clean and balanced image.