iPhone 12 expected to have a sensor-shifting technology for image stabilisation

Apple’s iPhone 12 5G variant is expected to come with advanced sensor-shifting technology for image stabilisation even when there is excessive motion. This will be good news for iPhone lovers planning to buy iPhone 12 next year. This technology will stabilize image without distortion even when the photo is taken while in motion.

The current model of iPhone 11 Pro provides optical image stabilisation of images and videos that uses the wide-angle or telephoto lenses. The image or video stabilisation only works when the photo is taken using wide-angle or telephoto lenses. The all new sensor-shifting technology will be used in the upcoming iPhone 12 5G variant.

The sensor-shift technology will change all that and it will be used for photo stabilization, the technology will be applied to the camera sensor itself. It will remove the requirement of any other specific lens as used in iPhone 11.

According to the recent claim of JP Morgan analyst Samik Chatterjee, Apple will release a 5.4-inch iPhone, two 6.1-inch iPhones and one 6.7-inch iPhone with 5G connectivity in 2020. So, a total of 4 models iPhone 12 models will be released in 2020.

Apple will be launching powerful iPhone 12 models with 5G support in 2020. Apple will launch these phones at attractive price and these phones will be more expensive than iPhone 11. The increase in cost is due to the 5G modem to be used in iPhone 12.

The upcoming iPhone 12 is likely to have more advanced image stabilisation technology using the sensor-shifting technology and most likely the AI technologies. Apple is designing iPhone 12 capable of stabilizing the images and videos, even when it is taken move (when there is excessive motion). The important thing in this technology is that it will move the camera sensor during excessive motion.

According to the reports Apple’s iPhone 12 will feature bigger RAM and storage capacity. The new iPhone 12 will come with more processing power and use AI technologies to make this phone more useful for users.

Apple is using optical image stabilisation technology right from its iPhone X and iPhone 8 series release back in 2107.

Apple’s iPhone lovers are eagerly waiting for the arrival of iPhone 12 with all these exciting features in 2020.

In coming days we are expecting more details of the upcoming iPhone 13 either in the form rumors or official release from Apple.

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