The largest model of the iPhone would get 12 a stabilized camera sensor so that all lenses can be stabilized.
So says the usually reliable analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, MacRumors reports. The new iPhone would use sensor stabilization, the so-called sensor shift. Thereby, the entire sensor stabilized, in place of the lens such as is the case with today’s iPhone.
The result is the same as the iPhone is not kept stable while taking a picture or video, the lens or sensor corrects. This prevents blurry images. Advantage of the new method is that it works regardless of the lens. The stabilization of the current iPhone 11 Pro models will work with the primary lens and telephoto lens, but not with the ultra wide-angle lens. that would be the case with the iPhone 12.
However, the sensor stabilization could only sit in the largest variant of the iPhone 12. That model would get a 6.7 inch screen, in addition, Apple would release iPhone 5.4 and 6.1 inch screen. In the past, new camera techniques were when first introduced only in the largest iPhone. The iPhone 7 Plus was the first with a double lens behind.
periscope zoom lens
IPhones in 2021 would all according to Kuo or almost all are equipped with sensor stabilization. In 2022 then follows the first iPhone with a periscope lens. Such a lens is used by including Huawei and Samsung already.
Such a zoom lens protrudes over the phone, but runs parallel to the rear. By mirrors the light is shone through the lens to the sensor. 12 The iPhone is expected in September.
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