iOS 12 has greatly improved that Apple did not get the opportunity to introduce during the WWDC preview. According to one developer, one of these is a significantly enhanced portrait mode for the compatible iPhone model.
The following images highlight the impressive difference between portrait photographs taken with iOS 11 and pictures taken with iOS 12.
Portrait mode and optical zoom are enabled by secondary camera sensors in Apple's more expensive iPhone model. Portrait mode – Optical zoom is a great addition to every smartphone camera, while you can provide at least a mixed result on the iPhone.
In some cases, the portrait mode acts strangely and you get a great photo with a perfect background blur. However, in most cases, portrait mode blurs the edge of your subject, so it's disappointing.
Like other smartphones, Google Pixel 2, I do a much better job. But that could change.
Check the improved portrait mode on iOS 12
Apple seems to be working to improve iOS 12's portrait mode. Ben SandvoskyCreators of Halide Camera, a manual camera application for the iPhone, found that portrait mode will provide better results on iOS 12 than iOS 11.
As you can see from the picture below, at iOS 12, the work to identify the edge of the subject has been greatly improved. It highlights individual hair which was almost impossible under iOS 11.
Whether Sandofsky was using the iPhone's front or rear camera for these images is not clear. We asked for details. But in either way, Apple should be able to significantly improve portrait mode and provide better photos.
This fall, iOS 12 will make a public debut …