Apple recently kicked off a brand-new series of comical iPhone photography ads focused on the Depth Control feature with an inaugural video which turned "bokeh" into a verb, and now the company has published the latest humorous ad in the series, titled "Alejandro".
Apple has aired a new 30-second promotional video for the latest iPhones. Similar to other photography-focused commercials for its new smartphones, this advertisement is all about Apple's new imaging capability, called Depth Control.
It's official. Apple is planning to release the iOS 12.1 update on Tuesday, Oct. 30. Available for iPhone and iPad, the update includes Group Facetime and over 70 new emoji and arrives on the same day Apple's holding its "There's more in the making" event in Brooklyn, New York.
Apple today issued a press release to share a bunch of user-submitted Portrait mode photographs with Depth Control that were shot with an iPhone XS or iPhone XS Max.
In recent weeks, developers and public beta subscribers alike have been testing iOS 12.1. For iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max owners, this has meant taking a closer look at the new real-time Depth Control feature in the Camera app. Here's how it works.
Apple's advanced dual camera system that enables portraiture photography with dynamic depth of field first appeared in the iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max and iPhone XR models in 2018.