The Camera+ 2 application provides the possibility of recording 48 megapixel photos with the iPhone
The Camera+ 2 app allows you to capture 48MP images on iOS without even needing the upcoming iPhone 14 or 14 Pro Max. The developer of this application, LateNiteSoft, has increased its price and has also introduced a subscription-based model.
LateNiteSoft has improved the capabilities of this application by introducing Camera+ 2. To use the features of this program, go to iPadOS 15, iOS 15 and watchOS You will have 6 or newer versions. In addition, the size of this application in iOS reaches 165.9 MB.
report No tebookCheck, the Camera+ 2 application uses the UltraRes feature; A feature that allows users to upgrade standard 12 megapixel photos to 48 megapixels. Meanwhile, according to existing reports, iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max are expected to be equipped with a 48-megapixel main camera.
According to LateNiteSoft, the company’s UltraRes feature uses a machine learning algorithm and uses millions of The photo is used as the input of this algorithm. You can also apply the UltraRes algorithm to photos you’ve already taken. Of course, this feature is only compatible with new devices equipped with iOS and iPadOS. Specifically LateNiteSoft regarding UltraRes compatibility for iPhone 11 or newer models, 9th generation iPad, iPad Mini 6 and iPad Pro 3rd generation or newer.
LateNiteSoft also modified the user interface of Camera+ 2 and now this application is available on equipped devices It displays better on larger screens. On the other hand, this developer has introduced a subscription service whose cost starts from $3.99 per month. In addition, users can purchase a one-year subscription to the Camera+ 2 application by paying $17.99. Lifetime subscription costs $24.99. Fortunately, this developer does not force users to upgrade to their subscription models. The mentioned app is now available via App Store for iPadOS, iOS and watchOS is available.