Rumor: smaller model of "iPhone 7" will get a rear camera with optical image stabilization

Rumor: smaller model of "iPhone 7" will get a rear camera with optical image stabilization

Rumors about the iPhone 7 don't stop. But, for those who like the 4.7-inch model and walked a little downcast because of the supposed implementation of good news only in the 5.5-inch version (like the almost certain rumor of a double rear camera and the not so sure involving the addition of the Smart Connector), that's good news.

IPhone 7 supposed rear camera

An alleged image of the iPhone 7 rear camera module, shared by the French website NWE (Google Translate), shows us that the smaller model finally wins the blessed optical image stabilization. In case you didn't know, this feature has been present in the Plus model for two years, since when Apple launched the iPhone 6.

IPhone 7 supposed rear camera

It is possible to repair this due to the camera's positioning in the module. Notice how there is a contour very similar to the modules of the iPhones 6 Plus / 6s Plus, with more "space" precisely for this optical stabilization to exist.

In the video above, you can see how this feature makes a huge difference especially for those who like to shoot using their smartphone.

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On a related note, the Japanese website Macotakara citing reliable sources said the name of Apple's new smartphone would be iPhone 7.

As we know, there have already been some images of supposed structures / housings of the device with the inscription “S”, which obviously raised the possibility of a different name. But, it seems, we will stick with the tradition of the numerical sequence after an “S” version. In addition, the site also "confirmed" that we will not have an "iPhone Pro" coming as the nomenclature remains "Plus" for the larger model. In addition, if this is really hot information, the possibility of Apple launching three models (iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus and iPhone 7 Pro) is ruled out.

To top it off, the vehicle stated that the Home button for the new devices will be capacitive, that is, using the Force Touch technology presented by Apple with the MacBook and MacBook Pro trackpads is something that has also been raised previously.

(via iClarified, 9to5Mac)