Following its launch, a future iOS 13.2 update will add Apple's "Deep Fusion" camera feature to the iPhone 11 and 11 Pro. However, you can still access this feature right now by downloading the beta version of iOS 13.2.
Deep Fusion is an AI-exclusive camera feature exclusive to the iPhone 11 and 11 Pro that takes multiple shots at different exposure levels. Then your camera intelligently combines them – creating clearer, brighter photos without requiring users to agree to settings, include special modes, or apply filters after processing.
To start Deep Fusion early, you will need to enable the iOS beta program by dragging this site to Safari on your device and installing a public beta profile. After installation, you can either wait for your device to receive an upgrade or go to Settings> General> Software Update to download and install it manually.
Although Deep Fusion is automatically installed as part of the iOS 1
The only way to know Deep Fusion on your device is to take pictures. At least, that's what some early reports say, and it's unlikely to be changed for public release.
This may sound counterintuitive, but Apple expects the iPhone 11 will do all the work for you. Unlike turning on, say, Night Mode on a Pixel device, the AI Camera 11 will simply know when to automatically use the new Deep Fusion Night Mode settings and Smart HDR Photo settings.
I'm curious how users will feel without having direct control over Deep Fusion's features – especially those who prefer to tweak the camera while flying – but Apple seems confident in its decision. Feel free to share your experience in the comments if you download the beta version of iOS 13.2 and try out the latest camera features.