The human lexicon is an ever changing never ending way that we communicate with one another. We stick labels on anything seemingly new and if the label gets used enough it becomes part of our lexicon.
Toxic hell stew refers to Android smartphone privacy and security problems. Microsoft has a Blue screen of death refers to what happens when Windows goes belly up on a PC. What does Apple add to the list?
Apple has its own share of such words and phrases; the walled garden ecosystem comes to mind. Apple Tax, too. Apple may have introduced two new ones with the iPhone 11’s launch. The selfie came comes with a slo-mo– slow-motion– option which marries slow and selfie into Slofie.
iPhone 11 Pro models have another one. Deep Fusion. It seems to have little do to with Deep State or Deepfake, but much to do with how good Apple’s computational photography can tinker with an iPhone’s photo and make it look better than the original scene or object.
Eric Abent explains what’s going on with Deep Fusion.
The goal of Deep Fusion, it seems, is to construct an image that’s as sharp as possible. With the feature, the cameras on the back of the 11 Pro will take a total of 9 different images, one of which is a long exposure shot. After that, the 11 Pro puts its neural engine muscle to use, building a new image pixel-by-pixel.
Apple Veep Phil “I love doughnuts and pizza for breakfast, lunch, and dinner!” Schiller had another term that might have legs.
It is way cool.
No, not that one. This one.
It is computational photography mad science
That’s the one with legs.
Deep Fusion might be what happens when you have three cameras on the back, each capable of taking a picture of a scene at the same time. It also means Apple’s new iPhone models can take an image before you hit the shutter button to take the image. It’s that good.
Apple doesn’t have many details on its website regarding Deep Fusion so it may mean we wait a few weeks until early adopters get their hands on a new iPhone 11 Pro model.
Let me put this another way.
All those nattering nabobs of negativism, each with a certified card as a technorati elite politburo member prolific in anti-Apple screeds need to listen to facts and stop distorting reality. Seriously. They’re worse than Steve Jobs.
These iPhones are not just like last year’s models. Every damned component seems to have improved; case and glass, display, software, battery, cameras– all of it. Maybe those anti-Apple screed writers are part of the government’s Deep State of Deepfake technology writers.