Unhappy with the way your phone's photos look when you're shooting in low-light conditions? Apple'shas a fix -- a new automatic night mode for the camera that can help brighten your shots and reduce the amount of noise in them.
Apple says that feature works automatically whenever the phone senses that conditions are dim enough for it to make a difference.
"We determine the image fusion time and use adaptive bracketing based on what we see in preview. So, shorter frames if you have subject motion or longer frames if you have deep shadows," said Kaiann Drance, senior director of product management and marketing for iPhone. "Then we intelligently fuse images together, reducing motion and blur."
That'll help bring the iPhone's camera up to speed with, as well as similar low-lighting photo modes in and . Is that enough to tempt you into ?