A little over a month ago that Apple introduced the world its new terminals, . Since its launch it was discovered that the iPhone XS softened the skin too much in the images captured with the terminal’s front camera, something that users dubbed Beautygate in reference to the beauty filters of many applications. However, it seems that Apple has already fixed that problem .
This bug only affected the front camera of the iPhone XS and XR , since they are the only two models that incorporate Smart HDR. This system chose the wrong base frame for HDR processing when a user took a selfie, since sometimes he chose a frame with a longer shutter speed, so the photographs lost details.
The bug will be fixed with the arrival of iOS 12.1
From Apple confirm that this problem, which Android users stressed, should be solved with the stable arrival of iOS 12.1 , which is already in public beta. With this improvement, HDR processing will choose the sharpest base frame for HDR fusion when a user takes a selfie.
At the moment is unknown the exact moment when the final version of iOS 12.1 will arrive, but some rumors suggest that Apple will launch it coinciding with the presentation of the new iPad Pro next week.
What is clear is that Android users were right and the problem with the front camera of the iPhone XS had nothing to do with a more natural and improved skin processing than Samsung.
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