Many of the features we’ve been hoping for on iPhones finally seem to be coming with the next one. iPhone 13. Some rumors bet on a lower notch, the extension of LiDAR to all iPhone 13s, the lack of a charging port and a few others. However, the most recent focuses on their popular camera system.
According to a report published by DigiTimes, The entire iPhone 13 lineup will feature optical sensor shift image stabilization
IPhone 13 will share more in common
The report released this week indicates that the ambitious cut we would see it in the low-end models of the iPhone 13 line expected later this year.
Apple’s next-generation iPhones slated for release in the second half of 2021 will feature sensor displacement stabilization technology, industry sources say.
“… The lower-end iPhone 13 models will receive the correct camera from the iPhone 12 Pro Max, and the sensor size will increase in the iPhone 13 Pro line.”
Other reports cook for change but say Only two models of the iPhone 13 range will be equipped with sensor offset stabilizationand LG Innotek should continue to be the supplier of the required components.
Apple first introduced sensor lag stabilization on the wide lens of the iPhone 12 Pro Max. The technology stabilizes the camera sensor rather than the lens for even higher image stabilization and improved photographic quality. It’s unclear whether sensor lag stabilization would remain limited to the wide lens on all iPhone 13 models.
“This is the first time that it has been adapted for iPhone. Whether you’re filming your kids chasing them through the park or holding your iPhone out the window on a bumpy road, you get more precise stabilization than ever. “
The iPhone’s camera system has always been an important part of the device’s development, and Apple wants to improve it for everyone.