We often hear about Deep Fusion, which is a feature linked to the camera sector of many iPhones. The first to support it was the iPhone 11, then it was also embraced by the iPhone 12, iPhone 13, and the third generation iPhone SE, presented to the public during the March 8 event. But what is meant by Deep Fusion? What is this feature for and how is it enabled? In this guide, you will learn how to use Deep Fusion on your iPhone SE 3 and iPhone 13 in detail below.
What is the Deep Fusion feature on iPhone?
Deep Fusion is a photo processing system that works automatically depending on or influenced by something. According to what was declared by the Cupertino giant, the Deep Fusion feature is able to produce images with better textures, more details and less noise in low-light conditions.
“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.
However, unlike Night Mode, which is available on several iPhone models, there is no signal or symbol that indicates the use of the feature. It works automatically, behind the scenes we could say.
Can the Deep Fusion feature always be used? No, for example, it is incompatible with sequential shots.
How to Enable Deep Fusion on iPhone SE 3 and iPhone 13
To shoot with all the advantages of Deep Fusion on iPhone SE 3 and iPhone 13 it is necessary that the option “View Outside the Frame” option is disabled, here are the steps:
- 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.
That’s all there is to know about how to use and turn on Deep Fusion on your iPhone SE 3 and iPhone 13. If you are searching for more iPhone Guides, check out our other guides here: How to Charge Your iPhone from an iPad, and How to fix iPhone Camera not Focusing Error.