Deep Fusion, a feature connected to several iPhones’ cameras, is a term we frequently hear. The iPhone 11 was the first to support it, and it was then adopted by the iPhone 12, iPhone 13, and the third-generation iPhone SE, which was made public during the event on March 8. But what exactly does Deep Fusion mean? What is the purpose of this feature and how does it work? You may read more about using Deep Fusion on your iPhone SE 3 and iPhone 13 in this guide.
What is the Deep Fusion feature on iPhone?
Deep Fusion is an autonomous photo-processing system that responds to or is influenced by external factors. The Cupertino company said that the Deep Fusion function can create photographs with better textures, more details, and less noise in low-light settings.
Deep Fusion, coming later this fall, is a new image processing system enabled by the Neural Engine of A13 Bionic. Deep Fusion uses advanced machine learning to do pixel-by-pixel processing of photos, optimizing for texture, details and noise in every part of the photo, according to Apple.
Contrary to Night Mode, which can be found on several iPhone models, this feature doesn’t have a signal or icon that indicates its use. We could say that it operates automatically behind the scenes.
Can you always use the Deep Fusion feature? For instance, it cannot be used with consecutive shots.
How to Enable Deep Fusion on iPhone SE 3 and iPhone 13
Here are the steps to take in order to disable the View Outside the Frame option on iPhone SE 3 and iPhone 13 in order to shoot with all the benefits of Deep Fusion:
- Open the Settings app on your iPhone.
- Go to Camera and turn off View Outside the Frame .
- Also, you need to use the wide (standard) or telephoto lens, which should be 1x or higher in camera settings.
- That s it, the same feature will now work in the background when you are taking any shots on your iPhone. Remember that Deep Fusion is only available on iPhone 11, iPhone 12, iPhone 13, iPhone 14, and iPhone SE 3.
The use of and activation of Deep Fusion on your iPhone SE 3 and iPhone 13 are now complete. Visit our other guides here if you’re looking for more iPhone guides:How to Fix the iPhone Camera Not Focusing Error and How to Charge Your iPhone from an iPad.