Apple's official YouTube channel last night published a video dedicated to the Smart HDR photography feature available on the new iPhone XR, iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max models.
Although Apple advertises in support documents and elsewhere on its website that the new iPhone XR series features HDR10 and Dolby Vision support, these colorful smartphones in reality do not have a display compliant with the high dynamic range (HDR) specification.
The next iPad Pro models are rumored to adopt near bezel-less displays without any Home buttons, featuring Face ID biometric authentication with landscape support, a brand-new Magnetic Connector for third-party accessories, support for an updated Apple Pencil with seamless AirPods-like Bluetooth pairing and more.
Online retail giant Amazon on Wednesday took the wraps off of its updated Fire TV HDMI dongle, which now supports 4K video output, Dolby Atmos surround sound and three major formats for high dynamic range video: HDR10, HDR+ and Dolby Vision.
iPhone photography fans couldn't be happier with an all-new Smart HDR imaging feature that brings better color accuracy, increased highlight and more shadow detail to your photos. Your phone automatically takes advantage of Smart HDR “when it’s most effective,” according to Apple. This step-by-step tutorial will teach you how to disable Smart HDR at will.
Smart HDR is like regular HDR, only smarter. Smart HDR first appeared on 2018's iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max and iPhone XR. It takes full advantage of the advanced camera sensors, the power of the A12 Bionic chip's Neural engine, machine learning, artificial intelligence, computer vision and the latest computational photography advancements. With Smart HDR, all iPhone photographers can effortlessly take beautifully-lit photos with great dynamic range.
High dynamic range video (HDR) offers many benefits, like a much broader range of color and luminance compared to standard dynamic range video (SDR).
iPhone X is the first iPhone using a high dynamic range (HDR) screen with up to a billion colors, and now YouTube's begun rolling out support for HDR video on the OLED device.
Monday, Japanese consumer electronics giant Sony officially unveiled its new Xperia XZ2 and Xperia XZ2 Compact smartphones at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain.
Ahead of releasing its new iMac Pro, Apple earlier this morning pushed a long-expected update to its Final Cut Pro X app on Mac App Store.
The Video Electronics Standards Association (VESA) on Monday announced a test specification for the upcoming high dynamic range notebook and desktop LCD displays.
Released on December 4, 2017, the tvOS 11.2 software update brought a pair of new HDR viewing options for Apple TV 4K owners along with access to a brand new Sports tab within Apple's TV app and assorted under-the-hood changes and fixes.