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5G Technology, Advanced Image Stabilisation And More For iPhone 12

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The iPhone 12, Apple’s next flagship has been in the news for quite some time. The phone is expected to feature 5G connectivity technology and come with a bigger RAM.  Also, iPhone 12 is expected to turn heads and has been much talked about.


A new report, however, says what we should expect from the iPhone 12, especially in terms of the camera capacity.


Apple CEO Tim Cook speaks on-stage during a product launch event at Apple’s headquarters in Cupertino, California Photo: Josh Edelson / AFP


Digitimes (via Apple Insider), reports that the 5G variant of the Apple iPhone 12 will come with advanced image stabilisation technology and sensor-shift image stabilisation technology. This will ensure that the phone clicks stable images without distortion when there is excessive motion.

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The feature ensures that the image sensor shifts with the motion of the device in order to click steady images. This will give clearer and less blurry images.


Apple includes optical image stabilisation technology in its iPhones since the iPhone X and the iPhone 8 series in 2017. This uses a glass element to compensate for the instability and click steady images. When used, this technology along with the sensor-shift image stabilisation technology results in the iPhone capturing sharper images.

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Alternately, Apple Insider suggests a lens stabilization technology in which the lens is adjusted in proportion to the motion to stabilise the image. It will require special lenses and engineering techniques to perfect this technology. This also will likely increase the cost of the device.


Apple is expected to launch a total of five iPhones next year. This should include:

The iPhone 12 series consisting of a 5.4-inch iPhone 12 with an OLED display, dual-rear camera setup, and 5G connectivity.

A 6.1-inch iPhone 12 with  5G connectivity, OLED display, and dual-rear camera setup.

Another 6.1-inch iPhone 12 Pro with a time of flight sensor, OLED display, triple-rear camera setup, and 5G connectivity.

Finally, a 6.7-inch iPhone 12 Pro Max with OLED display, a triple rear camera setup, a time of flight sensor and 5G support that will be launched in September 2020 and an iPhone SE successor.


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