Latest news! All iPhone 13 series products will come with SLR camera grade lens anti-shake technology

In accordance with past practices, Apple will hold an autumn new product launch conference in September this year, which will bring the latest generation of mobile phone products-the iPhone 13 series.

Now that time is about to enter June, as the time of the press conference is getting closer, all kinds of news about the new machine are also emerging endlessly.

According to Taiwan media DigiTimes, Apple may be equipped with sensor displacement stabilization technology for the entire iPhone 13 series this year. This feature was actually used on the top-of-the-line iPhone 12 Pro Max model as early as last year. It can bring an extremely powerful Anti-shake effect.


To put it simply, this technology uses the COMS photosensitive element to directly achieve anti-shake. When the mobile phone is shaken, COMS will follow it. Compared with the lens-type anti-shake widely used on mobile phones, it will be more clear and convenient. At the same time, the anti-shake module The volume is also smaller.


According to Apple’s previous introduction, the sensor displacement stabilization technology was previously only used on SLR cameras, and the iPhone 12 Pro Max is the first time it has been introduced to mobile phones, whether you are chasing your child in the park to shoot videos, or bumping Hold your iPhone out of the window on the road, and you will get a more accurate stabilization effect than ever.

In addition, the sensor displacement stabilization technology can also bring a faster focusing speed, which is conducive to the excellent image quality of the capture and can reduce the image cropping effect brought by the electronic image stabilization during video shooting. The overall camera experience will be improved. Take it to the next level.


It is worth mentioning that in addition to the major upgrade of camera technology, iPhone 13 will also replace the small notch screen for the entire series. Apple will move the handset to the top of the screen through a new “hidden” handset solution. To free up space for Face ID components, the area of ​​the notch will be reduced.