Apple shares photos shot on iPhone XR
in iPhone edited November 2018
iPhone XR sample photo by Austin Mann.
Circulated in a press release, the selection of iPhone XR photos was pulled from Instagram posts by prominent artists and common iPhone users alike. Many of the shots were taken and published late last month when the handset shipped out to early preorder customers.
Each of the "Shot on iPhone XR" images highlights a unique attribute or software feature of Apple's recently released smartphone, while text accompanying the photos touts the hardware's ability to capture "stunning images" out of the box.
Of note, Apple throws a spotlight on single-lens Portrait mode. The feature enables iPhone XR to add natural bokeh to portrait photos, simulating depth of field effects commonly seen in pictures taken by larger dedicated camera systems. Apple also calls attention to iPhone XR's wide-angle lens and low-light capabilities.
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A post shared by Eric Cheung (@ericube.23) on Nov 11, 2018 at 8:28pm PST
Outdoor activities are on the rise in our side of the world. Yay to our winter'! #WHPseasonal #shotoniPhone XR
A post shared by Herald Herrera (@heraldherrera) on Nov 11, 2018 at 1:15pm PST
Happy Diwali!!! . Shot these images on the iPhone XR and must say that this phone gives you the right bang for the buck!!! Great in low light and the colours are fabulous! . #shotoniphone #apple #india #diwali #celebration #ShotoniPhoneXR #mobilephonephotography #lamps #light #festival
A post shared by Ashish Parmar (@ashishjparmar) on Nov 6, 2018 at 6:17am PSTBeyond the camera, Apple notes the XR's 6.1-inch Liquid Retina display serves as an ideal viewfinder, while Smart HDR delivers better highlight and shadow detail in a variety of hard to shoot situations. Finally, Apple says iPhone XR boasts the best battery life of any iPhone to date, a claim backed up by independent testing
Petrified Forest National Park was fun to shoot with iPhone XR - the Smart HDR thrives capturing this type of environment. Did you get a XR today? Have any questions? See link in profile for full review!
A post shared by Austin Mann (@austinmann) on Oct 26, 2018 at 2:05pm PDT
#ShotoniPhone XR. It's always good to visit Al Serkal Avenue.
A post shared by Herald Herrera (@heraldherrera) on Nov 3, 2018 at 9:11am PDTApple's mid-tier iPhone XR was announced in September alongside the company's flagship iPhone XS series. Like the XS, iPhone XR is powered by Apple's A12 Bionic processor and features a front-facing TrueDepth camera system enabling Face ID facial recognition. The nearly edge-to-edge Liquid Retina display features rounded corners, again similar to XS, though it relies on LCD instead of OLED technology.
The 12-megapixel rear camera lauded in today's press release is borrowed from the XS, and is the first of Apple's single lens shooters to boast advanced photography functions like Portrait mode and Portrait Lighting.
The handset went up for sale in October.
I think you are right. I tried taking a Macro type shot and got a natural blur for the background elements, without using Portrait Mode.
I did use an XS Max, but I don't think that matters.