By "enhance" I mean to increase the power of the out of focus capabilities. Larger apertures (assuming same focal length) produce more of the "blurr". Each lens has different bokeh characteristics- number of aperture blades, elements, etc impact how bokeh is rendered. You could create bokeh profiles that add additional softness (read out of focus/depth perception) to the image.
Think about the bokeh difference when taking a picture with a 50mm lens at F8 vs F1.2 and a subject that is 10' away. The images would be substantially different.
Now, if you wanted to get a similar bokeh to the F1.2 but your lens is only capable of shooting F8 that would be impossible (without lots of time in photoshop). But since the sensor can detect the phase, can it then enhance the image with the bokeh profile you select- much like choosing Portrait, Landscape or any of the other image enhancements.
It might end up looking like an Instagram photo but I gotta believe it would be better because of the additional phase information provided by the sensor and focus point?