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Using Night mode on the iPhone 11 to shoot 40 continuous days of darkness

[2019-12-27 12:47:23]

If you want the ultimate experience of using Night mode on the iPhone 11, how about a town where there are 40 continuous days of darkness? Head into the Arctic Circle, and you can visit places where the sun never sets for weeks on end in the summer, and where it never rises for weeks in the winter. Photographer Amos Chapple headed to one of these to shoot some truly stunning photos: the Russian city of Murmansk … Check out 9to5Mac on YouTube for more Apple news: The post Using Night mode on the iPhone 11 to shoot 40 continuous days of darkness appeared first on 9to5Mac.

Using Night mode on the iPhone 11 to shoot 40 continuous days of darkness


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