iPhone 7 Plus supports “Portrait lighting”
21.11.2017 Erika J. Wells 0 Comments
But Apple decided to restrict iPhone and iPhone Plus 8 X. this was announced by developer Steve Trouton Smith.
Trouton Smith was sent to the iPhone 7 Plus the AirDrop, the iPhone X. To his surprise, the “Portrait lighting”, available in the standard iOS photo editor.
Just to add insult to injury, if you AirDrop that photo back to the iPhone 7 Plus now it shows the Portrait Lighting UI, and lets you change mode, So 😒 Portrait Lighting is 100% an artificial software limitation. 7 Plus photos can have it, 7 Plus can do it pic.twitter.com/KAi0sEtXcn
— Steve Troughton-Smith (@stroughtonsmith) November 19, 2017
iPhone 7 Plus is not able in real time to display the effects of “Portrait lighting”, unlike the iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X. the Usual portrait photos of the iPhone 7 Plus is slower than the Apple smartphones on the chip A11 Bionic. Most likely, Apple developers have realized that “Portrait lighting” will strongly load the processor the iPhone 7 Plus and decided not to add this feature.
Apple is often accused of the artificial limitation of new features for older devices. In early October of 2017, video blogger Marcus Brownlee announced that animated emoticons Animoji only need the front facing camera. But in this case decreases the accuracy of face recognition.
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