New iPhone Will Have Substantial Camera Improvements

New iPhone Will Have Substantial Camera Improvements

One of Apple's most reputable filters is Taiwan, Ming-Chi Kuo, an analyst at KGI Securities and who among his latest successes has the details about the iPhone SE and the Apple Watch Series 2.

In December 2019, this analyst began to foreshadow the arrival of a new 6.7-inch iPhone and that this one that will come out during 2020, will have notable improvements in terms of camera stabilization.

Among the main characteristics that this character of the industry is revealing is: that the device will have multiple improvements in the rear camera, including larger sensors that capture more light for better image quality.

Perhaps most relevant and striking of the new 6.7-inch iPhone is that it could have image stabilization in the Ultra Wide lens, which in turn would be a debut to extend it to future models. According to Kuo, for now “the iPhone 11 Pro has optical image stabilization for both photos and videos, but only when using wide-angle or telephoto lenses. Sensor change technology would provide a solution for this, since stabilization would be applied to the camera sensor and would not depend on any specific lens. "

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Image shift sensor stabilization could also result in better shots with attachable lens accessories like the OlloClip.

However, it was not the only thing that Kuo provided in advance, also predicting “at least one model of iPhone 2022, which will have a periscope lens, which could allow a 5x optical zoom like the Huawei P30 Pro or even an optical zoom 10x, as rumored for the successor to the P40 Pro. Currently iPhones have a maximum of 2x optical zoom and 10x digital zoom. Optical zoom preserves the quality of a shot when zoomed in, while digital zoom produces a certain blur. "

This special periscope according to the analyst is designed by Apple in association with the Taiwanese provider Genius Electronic Optical.

We will then see if Kuo's changes will be reflected in the coming months, provided that the economy does not say otherwise.

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