Network insider Ben Geskin, who publishes interesting concept art and rendering based on regular rumors and miscellaneous, shared another observation about the innovation of iOS 16 operating system.
He confirms that the camera app now blurs the nozzle objects better for a more realistic depth-of-field effect. It works both in 1x mode and with 3x zoom.
Ben Geskin uses an iPhone 13 Pro smartphone. However, in a comment on his post, the user confirmed that this feature did not appear on the iPhone 11.
Here are all the features that came with some iPhones, including iOS 16 after this fall:
Live Text in Video: Text in paused video frames is now fully interactive, so you can use functions like copy and paste, lookup and translation. This feature works on Photos, Quick Look, Safari and other apps.
Quick action in live text: data identified in photos and videos is actionable with a single tap. Track flights or invoices, translate foreign languages and convert currency.
New Language for Live Text: With iOS 16, Live Text recognizes Japanese, Korean, and Ukrainian text.
Emoji in Texts: WWDC 2022 Preview Time Keynote, you can insert emoji when sending messages with Siri. It is available in Cantonese (Hong Kong), English (Australia, Canada, India, UK, US), French (France), German (Germany), Japanese (Japan), Mandarin Chinese (Mainland China, Taiwan) and Spanish (Mexico). ), Spain, USA).
Discover Siri’s abilities and apps: Open an app and ask, “Hey Siri, what can I do here?” Or you could ask about a specific app by saying, for example, “Hey Siri, what can I do with iRobot?” This feature is available in German (Germany), English (Australia, Canada, India, UK, US), Spanish (Mexico, Spain, US), French (France), Japanese (Japan), Mandarin Chinese (Mainland China) and Cantonese (Hong Kong). ).
All-new dictation experience: You can run smoothly between voice and touch on iOS 16. Type with the keyboard, tap the text field, move the cursor and insert the QuickType suggestion, all without the need to turn off dictation.
Add medicine using your iPhone camera: You can quickly add medicine using your iPhone XR / XS camera in iOS 16. Just place the drug label on the frame and you will see the results of the drug name, strength and form.
Image Search in More Apps: With iOS 16, to enable search by location, people, scenes, and even objects in images, such as text, dogs, etc., using information from Spotlight messages, notes, and file images.
Visual Look Up Improvement: Separate the subject by lifting the subject from an image or removing the background. It works on photos, screenshots, quick look, safari and much more.
New Domain for Visual Look Up: Visual Loop Up adds recognition to birds, insects, and statues.
iOS 16 features for iPhone 11 and later
Live Caption: Transcripts for deaf or hard of hearing users are created automatically in real time so that they can easily follow conversations, including audio and video. Need an iPhone 11, iPad with A12 bionic chip or Mac with Apple Silicon 7 Available in English only (Canada, USA).
iOS 16 lock screen
The iPhone 13 model also has exclusive features with iOS 16. Here are the ones:
Foreground blur on portrait photos: Portrait mode lets you blur the objects in the foreground of an image to see more realistic-depth of field effects.
Improved quality when recording in cinematic mode: When recording video in cinematic mode on iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Pro, the profile angle and around the edges of the hair and glasses – the effect of the depth field is more accurate.
All of these features are exclusive to the new iPhone models. As you can see, many of them work for iPhone XR and iPhone XS users, where only a few camera improvements are exclusive to iPhone 13 users.
iOS 16 will launch later this autumn. A public beta test is coming up next month. Are you excited to try it? Share your thoughts in the comments section below.