Apple will continue to launch a new iPhone 13 series in September. According to previous years, the upgrade of this year’s new iPhone may not be too big, and the biggest upgrade will mainly focus on the appearance and imaging system.
Previously, the news about the appearance of the phone has been very rich. Now there is the latest news. Recently, the media has brought more details about the camera of the phone.
According to the latest information, although the sensor displacement optical image stabilization function is currently only supported on the iPhone 12 Pro Max, this function will be extended to all iPhone 13 series later this year.
At the same time, sources also revealed that VCM manufacturers mainly shipped Android phones in the first half of this year.
However, given that all new iPhones will be equipped with sensor displacement OIS functions, such shipments are expected to be surpassed by iPhones in the second half of the year, adding that manufacturers have been told to increase production capacity by 30-40% to meet strong iPhone demand.
In addition, the larger rear camera module bulge that was previously exposed also seems to be related to this.
In other respects, according to previously exposed news, the new iPhone 13 series will still adopt the full-screen design of the bangs, and the area of the bangs has finally been greatly reduced, and the display effect has finally ushered in a breakthrough.
Not only that, the iPhone 13 Pro series will also use Samsung’s 120Hz LTPO OLED panel, support 120Hz adaptive refresh rate, and bring intelligent adjustment of the screen refresh rate function, which can automatically switch between 1-120Hz according to the screen content.
At the same time, it also brings more power-saving effects, and supports Face ID and Touch ID dual unlocking schemes.
In addition, the machine will be equipped with a new A15 bionic processor, support Wi-Fi 6E technology, rear three-camera camera module, and the lens specifications will be further improved.
Will be equipped with a new ultra-wide-angle lens, upgraded from 5P (f/2.4) and fixed focus (FF) to 6P (f/1.8), auto focus (AF).