According to DigiTimes new report, sensor-shift optical stabilization technology, currently only available on the iPhone 12 Pro Max, will be available on all iPhone 13 models.
Sensor-shift optical image stabilization is currently limited to the iPhone 12 Pro Max, but this feature will be extended to all iPhone 13 models, which will be introduced in September, according to Taiwan’s DigiTimes, one of the industry’s leading news sources.
DigiTimes also wrote about this rumor in January, but today’s report must be published with the iPhone 13 models going into mass production. Apple first recognized sensor-shift optical stabilization on the iPhone 12 Pro Max’s wide-angle lens. The technology balances the camera sensor instead of the lens for more efficient image stabilization and improved photo quality.
Rear camera protrusion may grow
As for this technology on the Apple website: “Until now, sensor scroll stabilization has only been done on digital SLRs, this is the first time it has been adapted for the iPhone. Whether you’re shooting videos of your kids chasing them in the park or holding your iPhone outside your window on a bumpy road, you’ll get more accurate stabilization than ever before,” the statement reads.
iPhone 13 models, on the other hand, are expected to have slightly larger rear camera protrusions, presumably to accommodate larger sensors and other camera enhancements.