After the iPhone XS was released, there was a problem that was widely discussed, that is, its self-photographing would smooth the human skin, as if adding a beauty filter. Foreign users have dubbed it "Beautygate". For Apple, they have never liked to add a gorgeous self-portrait effect to the iPhone camera, so the fruit powder is surprised by this unexpected new feature of the XS/XS Max camera. adapt.
According to The Verge, the "beauty door" problem should be fixed soon. Apple acknowledged that the smart HDR of the iPhone XS and the iPhone XR camera was wrong, causing the photos taken by the front lens to be excessively smooth and the details disappeared. The next push for iOS 12.1 will fix this.
The explanation for this bug is that Smart HDR chose the wrong base frame for HDR processing when taking a selfie. It sometimes erroneously selects frames with longer shutter speeds instead of selecting frames with shorter shutter speeds to fix motion and preserve detail. In addition, the front camera does not have optical image stabilization, so at the same shutter speed as the rear stable camera, the photos captured by Smart HDR will lose detail and look softer.
In short, Apple's black technology for the new generation of mobile phones - Smart HDR does not work as expected on the front camera.
iOS 12.1 can be adjusted by algorithms to enable Smart HDR to choose a clearer infrastructure and preserve more natural selfies. This system level fix will work for iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max and iPhone XR.
The iOS 12.1 version is being tested. The official version is expected to be launched in the next month or so. It is likely to come with Apple's new iPad Pro released on October 30, because it is widely believed that the iPad Pro will have a well-designed iOS 12 version.
So far, Apple has not received any complaints about "Mei Men Men", when a lot of mobile phone users (especially in Asia) fall in love with beauty applications and photo filters, iPhone XS front lens The self-contained lens also makes people think that Apple should follow the trend. Now it seems that it is just a BUG, and the ugly is still ugly.