A change noticed in iOS 15 seems to point that the latest beta of Apple’s new software program for iPhone 12 and past can routinely take away Apple’s well-known ‘inexperienced orb’ lens flare from iPhone pictures in post-processing.
In accordance with a person on reddit, Apple’s iOS 15 digital camera app can take away lens flare from pictures in post-processing, as seen within the facet by facet pictures above. (Look above the bushes to the sky on the left-hand facet of the picture).
After one person raised the characteristic, one other person replied “Properly S***, you are proper!”, earlier than noting a caveat that the characteristic does not appear to work on all textures like bushes or via screens.
Customers have famous that this characteristic is not unique to the iPhone 12, with some stating it really works on the iPhone XS too, suggesting it would work throughout Apple’s vary of gadgets. Feedback point out the characteristic does not appear to work for movies or stay pictures, solely nonetheless photographs, and that there appears to be some kind of software program judgment made on when to take away the flare:
It positively has a judgement system as one other redditor identified – I think about in doorways it thinks it is only a gentle that is alleged to be there. I’ve examined this out fairly a bit exterior and if the lens flare is very large (protecting numerous the picture) it simply leaves it, but when it is a small to medium sized dot in a spot that is clearly not alleged to be there it will delete it
One other person noting:
Yeah there is a basic lens flare that simply occurs with images after which there’s this extra anomalistic lens flare popping up in the previous few generations of iPhone cameras.
This appears to be solely tackling the second, which might clarify why the indoor flares aren’t being touched since that is going to occur typically with most cameras.
With iOS 15 Apple additionally debuted Portrait mode for FaceTime calls and Dwell Textual content, which makes use of your gadget’s digital camera to scan for textual content and duplicate it.