Apple iPhone 11 – These pictures prove new night mode is worth the upgrade

Apple’s new iPhone 11 range is now on sale and there’s one very big reason to consider the upgrade.

The US technology firm has now included a new camera system on both the iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro and it has some very clever tricks up its sleeve.

Along with all of Apple’s new iPhones being able to shoot images with a wide-angle lens, there’s also the addition of something called Night mode.

Using the new Wide camera sensor with 100 per cent Focus Pixels and intelligent software the iPhone 11 can somehow see in the dark.

When the lights get low, Night mode turns on automatically, capturing multiple images and fusing them for brighter images without the need for a flash.

This may sound like something that’s too good to be true but has been putting this mode through its paces and the results are pretty astonishing.

Images that would usually appear unusable due to the lack of light now appear as if they’ve been shot during the day.

You can check out all of our test photos below.

Although Night mode is clearly impressive it’s worth noting that to get the best shots you do need to keep the phone as still as possible.

If you place the iPhone 11 on a tripod you’ll see better results with Apple allowing a longer exposure when the device is kept more still.

This is especially important if you are attempting to shoot images of the night sky.

One of the best parts of Night mode is that the iPhone does all of the hard work for you so there’s no complicated setting to trawl through.

Although there are manual modes, the automatic option does an excellent job and should improve all of your night photography.

Of course, Apple isn’t the first to release a night mode setting on its smartphones with the Google, Samsung and Huawei already producing devices that can shoot well at night.

There’s no question that Apple’s effort is as good, if not better than its rivals, although will be doing a more comprehensive test over the coming weeks.

But if you are an iPhone fan and want the best camera Apple has ever made then the new iPhones offer a serious upgrade that’s hard not to ignore.