Apple is trying to turn the iPhone into a DSLR using artificial intelligence

Tweet Share When Apple unveiled the seventh iteration of the iPhone yesterday, it made sure to play up the camera. After all, the company has a small army working on the iPhone’s ability to take photos. The device’s camera is also often touted as one of its most cherished features, keeping Apple’s smartphone ahead of the competition. Yet in recent years, competition from Samsung and others has caught up to Apple’s imaging lead. The newest Apple devices, the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, are naturally more capable in the photo department than their predecessors. But Apple is stepping up the game with what it’s calling a machine learning-enhanced image signal processor (ISP). Marketing chief Phil Schiller says this AI-powered ISP performs as many as 100 billion operations in just 25 milliseconds. This…


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