Because our smart phones thin and compact, it is clear that when it comes to gear, it will be difficult to make these phones match the cameras of professional quality and results. As a result, resort to a lot of manufacturers of smart phones to software to assist in the processing of images in an attempt to make it provide results similar to those provided by the cameras professional.
No Portrait Mode is a good example of that, but it is clear that much more must be done. It seems that Apple is working on to achieve this, according to a new report released recently from the website of Bloomberg. This report says that Apple has acquired a company called Spectral, which it believes can benefit from the algorithms Spectral automation to help improve the captured images using the iPhone.
In case if you don’t know it, include the technique of Spectral capture the infrared image and the image of the normal and merge them together, where they must be for the resulting image details and colors additional. If this is true, could this help already to improve the potential of the camera of the iPhone and Apple an advantage over rival companies such as Samsung and Huawei.
Given that smartphone technology has peaked, it now depends on the attention to such small details to help give the phone an advantage over the others. Now, it remains to be seen when exactly will these improvements its way to the iPhone, but since Apple has yet to confirm the process of acquisition, it is best to deal with everything that has been said so far with the least amount of protection.