How to use Smart HDR on iPhone XS and XS Max.

How to use Smart HDR on iPhone XS and Xs Max.

How to use the Smart HDR on iPhone XS and Xs Max.

The Cupertino tech giant Apple has recently launched the 2018 iPhones. This time the company debuted three iPhones the iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, and the iPhone XR. The form factor the new iPhones are identical to the last years iPhone X, but internally a lot of things have been improved. The major improvements are in the cameras of the smartphones with a lot of new smart features. One such feature on the iPhone XS and XS Max is the Smart HDR.

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What the Smart HDR does is that captures a bunch of photos including 4 main high-resolution images, 4 other middle frames, and a long exposure frame and the neural engine then combines all these images by taking the best part each image to produce the best photo.

So Do you also want to Enable Smart HDR on iPhone XS? The method to enable the smart HDR is pretty simple and straightforward. By default, it is turned off. You have to click a few things in your setting and you will be able to use the smart HDR.

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Here are the steps to Use the Smart HDR on iPhone XS, XS Max :

Step 1:

First of all, open the settings of your iPhone by tapping on the settings app from the home screen.

Step 2:

Once you are in the settings, scroll down to find “Camera” and tap on it.

Step 3:

Now in the next menu, there will be an option “Smart HDR”.

Step 4:

Turn on the toggle alongside the “Smart HDR.”

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So that’ all folks, that’s how you can use the smart HDR feature on iPhone XS. If you have any further query or problem then feel free to mention in the comments section, we would love to help you.