There have been rumors Apple will launch the iPhone 11 with a triple-camera setup. In theory, the new system will offer higher quality images, a more flexible shooting experience, and improved video recording. But it’s this last bit in a recent Bloomberg report that has us most excited: “Photos taken in very low-light environments will improve, too.”
According to the Bloomberg report, Apple is working to improve the iPhone 11’s low light performance through artificial intelligence:
The sensors will capture three images simultaneously and use new artificial intelligence software to automatically correct the combined photo if, for example, a person is accidentally cut out of one of the shots. The new system will also take higher resolution pictures rivaling some traditional cameras.
We expect camera improvements from the iPhone every year; it’s what the march of progress dictates. With the release of the iPhone 11, however, the stakes are higher than ever thanks to one of Apple’s biggest rivals, Google.