The camera has become one of the main differences between the devices of the iPhone 12 series from each other. And the point is not only in the quantitative composition, but also in the qualitative characteristics. The best camera in all respects went to the iPhone 12 Pro Max. There is also an additional module to improve the quality of images; the sensor is larger and the stabilization is advanced. According to DigiTimes, Apple has decided to offer improved camera technology in all 2021 iPhones (iPhone 13 or iPhone 12s series).
First of all, we are talking about the technology of optical image stabilization with a matrix shift. All this allows you to make photos more clear, as well as effectively compensate for jitter. In order to achieve the desired effect, the company had to go for the installation of large sensors and voice coil motors. Also, such a camera needs more space, because the matrix needs space to move.
In favor of the fact that Apple is serious about giving this feature to the entire future iPhone family, an increase in the order of these motors indicates. The main suppliers of engines are Japanese companies Mitsumi and Alps, and in order to obtain motors in large volumes, the Cupertino company intends to purchase them from Chinese firms Zhonglan Electronic Technology, JCT Electronics and GYZ Electronic Technology, as well as Taiwanese Audix.
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According to earlier leaks, the iPhone 13 will receive a smaller cutout for the True Depth face scanning system at the top of the screen, and the thickness of smartphones in the area of the main camera block will increase due to the use of new, more advanced optics. Last year, Apple introduced the iPhone later than usual due to problems caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. No such delays are expected this year, and the iPhone 13 will debut in September.