Among the different rumors doing the rounds on the next set of iPhones to be launched by Apple in 2020, one is on sensor-shift stabilization. The iPhone 12 models are expected to be all 5G-enabled. The latest speculation is that some of these models may be coming with a feature called shift-sensor stabilization. This is in a way an improvement in the optical image stabilization (OIS) that most premium smartphones have been featuring.
Excessive Motion Detected and Corrected
The technology is meant to make fine adjustments to the position of the sensors when excessive motion is detected. The movement will compensate for the shake or displacement of the sensor due to the motion. The speculation claims this feature may not be present in all the four models of the iPhone to be released next year, the iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Pro, iPhone 12 Pro Max and the iPhone 9 (or iPhone SE2). As mentioned, the current understanding is all the phones to be released in the fall should be able to work in the 5G environment.
The significant part of this sensor-shift technology is that it can be operated with all the sensors fitted on the iPhones. It is capable of functioning with add-on lenses too according to the report.
To recall some of the other rumors on the iPhones of 2020, the modems for the 5G phones will be from Qualcomm. The display sizes will vary from 4.7 inches to 6.7 inches. The display panels will also be LCD and OLED types. These may include the proposed iPhone 9 or iPhone SE2 that is likely to be out in the first quarter of the year itself.
Even before the release of this year’s iPhone 11 series, the market expectation was that the 2020 iPhones will see a complete revamp. There are predictions of the company reaching high volumes in sales of the smartphones as well. All new features will be lapped up by the buyers and go towards reestablishing Apple’s supremacy in the premium smartphone market.
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