All iPhone 13 models will have DSLR cameras

Recent leaks revealed that Apple’s upcoming iPhone lineup, which will be called the iPhone 13, will arrive in September, and according to the latest report by DigiTimes, all iPhone 13 series models will come with DSLR sensor-shift optical image stabilization. This feature is on high-end and more expensive iPhones - the iPhone 12 Pro Max.

This technology essentially stabilizes the camera sensor instead of the lens to improve image stability and improve image quality, while Apple's website explains, Until now, sensor-shift stabilization has been available only on DSLR cameras, while this is the first time that it's adapted to the iPhone, so whether you're videotaping your kids chasing them in the park or holding an iPhone out the window on a bumpy road, you'll get more accurate stability than ever before.

DigiTimes confirmed that all iPhone 13 models will come with sensor-shift stabilization, as it said that the Voice Coil Engine (VCM) shipments are expected to outpace iPhone shipments the same for Android phones in 2021.

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