The future iPhone 13 series will come standard with a sensor-displacement optical image stabilization system. DigiTImes said, “According to industry sources, Apple’s next-generation iPhones scheduled to be launched in the second half of 2021 will all be equipped with a sensor-displacement optical image stabilization system.”

At present, this optical image stabilization system has appeared in the iPhone 12 Pro Max, but it is only equipped with this system among the four models this year.

This technology stabilizes the camera's sensor instead of the lens, resulting in greater image stabilization and higher photo quality. If it becomes the standard configuration of the whole series next year, it means that the other three mobile phones will also have larger optical lens parts, and the camera will also be improved.

Prior to this, the industry chain also pointed out that Apple plans to add the lidar scanner function to all iPhone 13 models released in 2021. Apple first applied lidar scanners on the iPad Pro launched in March 2020.

You know, the lidar scanner function only appeared on the iPhone 12 Pro series, and next year Apple will fully popularize it on the iPhone 13.

The news also mentioned that Apple will release the iPhone 13 series in September this year, the same as the iPhone 12, and there may be four models, namely the 5.4-inch iPhone 13 mini, the 6.1-inch iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Pro, and the 6.7-inch iPhone 13 Pro Max.

In simple terms, lidar scanners measure the time it takes for a laser to bounce back after it hits an object, thus creating a depth map of the space it is in.

In addition, it was previously reported that some workshops of Foxconn's Shenzhen factory are about to enter the first stage of iPhone 13 proofing. It is understood that proofing is generally divided into design modules, corrections, finalization, and mass production. It usually takes 9 months from proofing to mass production. It is said that the bangs of the new machine are much smaller than the previous generation.

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