After all said and done, we now have the iPhone SE (2020) at the market. The iPhone is one of the best Apple device so far that has value for money. The device packs plenty of amazing features that many will love to enjoy. One of the features is the ability to enable night mode and dark mode.
Sadly, there is no dedicated Night mode in the camera app. This is to say taking night photos on the phone won’t be that great. Still, with some third-party apps, users will get to enjoy that feature as well.
To take better photos in a dark environment, iPhone SE 2020 users will have to use the NeuralCam app which is available on the Apple store. The NeuralCam app support Night mode for the rear 12MP as well as the front 7MP camera.
Further, there is a delay in the processing of Night mode photos by Neural Cam. Moreover, the NeuralCam only takes Night mode photos on the 2020 iPhone SE at a resolution of 1920 x 1440. Hopefully, the developer of the app can improve the resolution because this is awfully low.
How to Get Night Mode on iPhone SE (2020)
Step 1: You should download NeuralCam ($4.99) from the App Store on your iPhone.
Step 2: Open the app and point it to the scene you want to capture and press the shutter button. Just make sure you hold still until the capturing circle is there on the display.
Step 3: NeuralCam will take the photo and process it in the background. You can now access or view the photo in the gallery.
1 – iPhone camera
2 – iPhone camera with Flash
3 – NeuralCam
— NeuralCam (@neuralcamapp) April 28, 2020
NeuralCam can greatly improve the low light photo taking of the iPhone SE 2020. The iPhone SE 2020 camera is not that perfect as a user also encounters another issue and that is the portrait mode only works on humans and not on objects and animals. You can still use other third-party Apps to overcome this limitation as well.
How to Enable dark mode on iPhone SE (2020)
You can also enable dark mode on your iPhone SE which is the best solution for your eyes.
To do this on your iPhone SE, go to Settings > Display & Brightness > Dark.
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