iPhone 13: DSLR camera feature will be available in every model of iPhone 13
The company is going to offer a camera feature in all models of the upcoming iPhone 13 series, which was earlier limited to only the top-end models.
There is good news for those who are eagerly waiting for the iPhone 13 Series. The company is going to offer a camera feature in all models of the upcoming iPhone 13 series, which was earlier limited to only the top-end models. Let us know that Apple's next iPhone lineup, The iPhone 13 series, is expected to be launched in September and as the days of launch are getting closer, their details are also coming out. Let's talk about the new feature in detail.
According to the latest report by DigiTimes, all models in the iPhone 13 series will come with sensor-shift optical image stabilization. In the current lineup, this feature is limited to only the top-end and most expensive iPhone i.e. iPhone 12 Pro Max. The special thing is that for better image stabilization and better photo quality, this technique essentially stabilizes the camera's sensor rather than the lens.
" Until now, sensor-shift stabilization was only on DSLR cameras, as reported on Apple's website." This is the first time it has been adopted for the iPhone. Whether you are shooting videos of children chasing children playing in the park or shooting out-of-the-window videos while sitting in a car on bumpy roads, this technology will help you more accurately than ever before. Stabilization will be found.
"DigiTimes confirmed that all iPhone 13 models will come with sensor-shift stabilization. At the same time, the report states that voice coil motor (VCM) shipments are expected to be evenly ahead for iPhones in 2021 for Android phones. VCM manufacturers deliver shipments primarily to Android handsets in the first half of the year, But such shipments are expected to surpass those for the iPhone in the second half, given that the all-new iPhone will have sensor-shift OIS (optical image stabilization) function. According to sources, the manufacturers have been asked to increase capacity by 30-40% to meet the strong demand for iPhones.