Although iPhone 9 comes to mind when Apple is mentioned recently, the iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max that will be introduced in September are the most anticipated phones of this year. After the Lidar sensor was included in the iPad Pro 2020, various concept designs were introduced regarding the iPhone 12 camera setup .
According to Ming-Chi Kuo , one of the first analysts that comes to mind when it comes to Apple, Apple will present significant innovations in camera on both devices. However, we will wait a few more years for a feature that has been on the rivals recently released.
According to the last report published, the iPhone 12 Pro Max, which has a 6.7-inch screen, will use sensor shift image stabilization technology. Optical stabilization technology (OIS), which Apple and other manufacturers have been using for years, is different from the operating logic of sensor shift-based fixing .
The biggest advantage, unlike OIS, is that it works in direct connection with the sensor . This will eliminate jolts in all cameras of the iPhone 12 Pro Max and, more importantly, in its ultra-wide-angle camera.
The interesting thing is that Kuo doesn’t believe that this technology will be used in the 6.1-inch iPhone 12 Pro . It is stated that Apple can delay this until the iPhone 13 Pro, which will meet the users in 2021.
If Apple makes the decision on the iPhone 11 Pro and Pro Max equally, it will deviate from its current strategy. The growth of the sensors will provide an advantage in night mode and zoom. We will not be able to see the periscope camera, which we define as a “ feature in its competitors, ” in the iPhone 12 series.
Apple’s biggest rivals have preferred to include periscope cameras on Huawei and Samsung flagships. In this way, while providing a great advantage in hybrid and digital zoom, one of the biggest demands was that the telephoto camera was replaced by the periscope camera in the iPhone 12 series .
However, according to Kuo, we have to wait until 2020. Kuo believes that Apple is working in partnership with Taiwanese supplier Genius Electronic Optical to produce a special periscope lens for iPhones, saying that periscope camera will not be available until the iPhone 14 series.