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Apple will continue to bet on the camera on the iPhone 12 and by 2022 we will see a periscope sensor




IPhone 11 pro cameras

Apple is rumored to be launching three smartphones by the end of the year, including IPhone 12 6.7 inches. And it all seems to indicate that there will be many improvements to its camera system: multiple light capture sensors and ToF (Flight Time) sensors.

And now we know some news about this particular model, the iPhone 12 Pro Max. Famous commentator Ming-Chi Kuo has mentioned that the 6.7-inch model will also have a photo stabilization sensor.

In addition, the analyst added that this technology will be expanded to two more iPhone models by 2021.

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IPhone 12 Pro Max camera technology

Details about the image stabilization sensors that Apple will use in its 6.7-inch model are relatively rare, but we do know that they will be included in the program wide angle angle lens camera system. The iPhone 11 Pro models show the obvious image stability of photos and video, but with wide-angle and phone lenses.

The new iPhone 12 technology will provide a solution for this, since the durability will be made on the camera sensor itself and will not depend on the specific lens. In addition, it will also have an effect on lens accessories such as OlloClip.

From the Taiwanese industry (via DigiTimes) they also confirmed the advent of this technology on the 6.7-inch iPhone this year. There are thus several sources that support this view.

The iPhone 12 Pro Max will have the largest screen in the history of the iPhone, and will be slightly longer than the 2019 iPhone 11 Pro Max.

To conclude, it's nice to know that Ming-Chi Kuo also estimates that at least one of the 2022 iPhone models will have a periscope lens, which will allow Good 5x zoom. Today's iPhones have 2x optimized zoom and 10x digital zoom.

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