Sensor-shift optical image stabilization will be a feature of the entire iPhone 13 lineup, says a story preview today by Taiwanese publication DigiTimes. Only the iPhone 12 Pro Max boasts the feature in the current iPhone lineup.
“Apple’s next-generation iPhones slated for launch in the second half of 2021 will all come with sensor-shift stabilization technology, according to industry sources,” the story preview reads. The full report should hit the web tomorrow.
ETNews shared a similar report earlier this week. However, that report claimed only that at least two iPhone 13 models will be equipped with sensor-shift stabilization. LG Innotek is expected to remain the sole supplier of the needed components.
The iPhone 12 Max Pro was the first to boast sensor-shift stabilization on its Wide camera lens. The technology stabilizes the camera’s sensor instead of the lens to provide improved image stabilization and photo quality.
The reports haven’t indicated whether sensor-shift stabilization would remain limited to the Wide lens on all iPhone 13 models.