Sensor-shift OIS May Standard in All iPhone 13 Models

Sensor-shift OIS iPhone 13 Models

Sensor-shift OIS iPhone 13 Models

Following past practice, Apple will hold a new product launch conference in September this year, which will bring the latest generation of cell phone products – the iPhone 13 Series. Now the time is about to enter June, as the time of the launch is getting closer and closer, all kinds of explosive information about the new machine are coming out.

According to the DigiTimes, Apple may equip the entire iPhone 13 series with sensor-shift optical image stabilization technology this year, a feature that was applied on the iPhone 12 Pro Max top model as early as last year, bringing an extremely powerful anti-shake effect. Now, the feature will be expanded to all iPhone 13 models later this year.

VCM makers shipped mostly Android phones in the first half of the year, but such shipments are expected to be surpassed by iPhone in the second half of the year given that all new iPhones will come with sensor-shift OIS (optical image stabilization), sources said, adding that manufacturers have been told to increase capacity by 30-40 percent to meet the strong demand for the iPhone.


In simple terms, this technology is the use of COMS sensor directly to achieve anti-shake, when the phone shake COMS will follow the shake, compared to the current widespread use of lens-type anti-shake on cell phones will be more clear and fast, while the anti-shake module volume is also smaller.

According to Apple officials, sensor-shift stabilization technology has previously only been used on DSLR cameras, and the iPhone 12 Pro Max is the first time it has been introduced to cell phones. In addition, the sensor-shift stabilization technology also brings faster focus speed, which is good for capturing excellent image quality and can reduce the effect of electronic stabilization in video shooting brought about by the image crop, the overall experience of the camera will be a higher level.

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