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iPhone SE2 – Night Mode


Will there be a night mode in the iPhone SE
2? Almost all the features of the iPhone SE 2
are known. We know that the smartphone will receive a
4.7-inch display, the latest A13 Bionic processor, 3 GB of RAM, 64/128 GB of internal memory
and a new type of antenna for an improved signal. The only thing that remains a secret is the
characteristics and features of the camera. In particular, it is unclear whether the iPhone
SE 2 will support the innovative night shooting mode, which first appeared in the iPhone 11
and iPhone 11 Pro. Few people talk about this, but the regime
may indeed appear. Why night shooting mode may appear in iPhone
SE 2 The iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro received support
for night mode shooting thanks to the A13 Bionic processor. Apple herself spoke about this at the presentation
of smartphones, and then on her official website: The wide-angle camera matrix (iPhone 11) works
in conjunction with intelligent software and the A13 Bionic processor, which allows you
to get beautiful detailed pictures in low light. Previously, the iPhone did not have such capabilities,
”- quote from the review of the iPhone 11 from Apple. The unique capabilities of the A13 Bionic
chip, which are not available on previous processors, allowed Apple to justify the fact
that the night shooting mode did not appear on older iPhone models. As you know, it is not supported including
last year’s iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max. That is, the whole point is in the A13 chip,
which, as analysts and insiders have repeatedly stated, will become the heart of the iPhone
SE 2 smartphone. This means that the relatively inexpensive
new product will have the technical ability to shoot in night mode. At the same time, it does not matter that
the iPhone SE 2 will have only one 12-megapixel camera. The night shooting mode uses an exceptionally
wide-angle camera. Over-the-Wide and a telephoto camera (in the
iPhone 11 Pro / Pro Max) are not needed to implement the night mode. In other words, the iPhone SE 2 will have
everything you need for shooting in night mode: a 12-megapixel wide-angle camera and
the A13 Bionic processor.

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