“IPhone 12” camera could get new advanced image stabilizer

As we approach 2020, it is only normal that rumors about the next iPhones increase in quantity (and possibilities). This time the news of the account that the next generation of handsets should gain a new image stabilizer even more advanced, according to a publication by DigiTimes polymeric vehicle and not 100% accurate, always worth remembering.

It is important to note that, since the 6 Plus model, the iPhone camera includes optical image stabilization, which contributes to the images not being so blurred. With the iPhone X, however, the company has implemented double optical image stabilization now, but it is likely that only next-generation top-of-the-line models will get the news.

While optical image stabilization adjusts the elements just around the lens, changing the sensor would move it directly into the camera module. In fact, it is not known (yet) whether the likely replacement of the stabilization sensor would contribute to increasing image quality or whether this would only be an internal readjustment based on the possibility that future models will also get a ToF-type 3D lens.

Overall, the next iPhones update is expected to be quite significant. In addition to the rumor in question, it is likely that all future models four, according to the analyst Samik Chatterjee, from JPMorgan Chase support 5G, as well as a design that resembles the iPhone 4, with the "square" edges, OLED screens, among other novelties.

Too early to confirm any information, so, as we always say, we can only wait for what comes next.

via 9to5Mac