As you know, the iPhones 11, 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max arrived this year with a very strong focus on their cameras. And when they get better, we get both photo and video benefits.
A new feature that Apple did not cite in the keynote of its latest special event but quickly appeared in a slide the call “Audio zoom”. It works fully automatically and, roughly speaking, simply amplifies the sound of what you are aiming for when shooting.
It sounds silly and, once again, Apple isn't the first to incorporate this into a smartphone. But a test done by the channel iPhonedo shows that again, when she does, she does well.
As you can see from the video above (pay particular attention to the fountain noise), the iPhone 11's “audio zoom” works absurdly better than the Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ which simply seems to increase the sound levels of the entire the scene filmed.
Details make the difference
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