The optical stabilization of the sensor of the iPhone 12 Pro Max will arrive to all the iPhone 13

Many of the features we’ve been hoping for on iPhones seem like they’re finally coming with the next one. iPhone 13. Some rumors bet on a smaller notch, the expansion of LiDAR to all iPhone 13, the absence of the charging port and some others. However, the most recent one focuses on their popular camera system.

All iPhone 13s could include the optical stabilization sensor of the iPhone 12 Pro Max

According to a report posted from DigiTimes, The entire iPhone 13 line will feature optical sensor shift image stabilization, compared to the iPhone 12 Pro Max, which is the only one that has it of the current models.

The iPhone 13 will share more in common

The report released this week states that the ambitious fit it would be seen in the low-end models of the iPhone 13 line that is expected later this year.

“Apple’s next-generation iPhones scheduled for release in the second half of 2021 will come with sensor shift stabilization technology, according to industry sources.”

“… The lower end iPhone 13 models will get the good camera of the iPhone 12 Pro Max, and the sensor size will increase in the iPhone 13 Pro line.”

Other reports cook in the change but claim that Only two models in the iPhone 13 line will be equipped with sensor shift stabilization, and LG Innotek is expected to continue to be the supplier of the required components.

Apple first introduced sensor shift 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 photo quality. It’s unclear if sensor shift stabilization would remain limited to the wide lens on all iPhone 13 models.

«This is the first time it is adapted for iPhone. Whether you’re videotaping your kids chasing them around the park or holding your iPhone out the window on a bumpy road, you’ll get more precise stabilization than ever

The iPhone camera system has always been an important part of device development, and Apple wants to make it better for everyone.

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