Apple is expected to introduce an upgraded ultra-wide-angle lens for mobile phones. iPhone 13, According to the new report. The lens will have the functions of OIS (Optical Image Stabilization) and Auto Focus (AF) with sensor shift.
According to the report DigiTimes, The sensor will only be used for high-end models with a gross margin of at least 40%. This may mean that these new sensors will be reserved for the iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max.
According to DigiTimes, Japanese VCM (voice coil motor) suppliers have asked their Taiwanese contractors to increase production by 40% by the end of June. Alps Alps and Mizumi are the main suppliers of iPhone 12 Pro Max.
Interestingly, the Taiwanese manufacturer will only expand production to 80% of the Alps Alps and Mizumi demand in case the final order volume is less than expected.
The increase in production is expected to be used for the rear camera of the iPhone model, which is expected to be launched in the second half of 2021.
iPhone 13: What is sensor offset OIS?
Sensor displacement OIS is a system in which the sensor itself is in a floating state, and it can move opposite to the movement of the human hand. This image stabilization feature will come in handy when shooting zoom photos, because every tiny movement is more obvious. The sensor shift OIS is used for the first time with the telephoto lens of the iPhone 12 Pro Max. With the help of iPhone 13 Pro or Pro Max, Apple also seems to plan to introduce this technology to other sensors.
For iPhone 13, sensor offset OIS is expected to occur on both wide and ultra-wide-angle lenses. Not sure if the same technology will touch the front camera.
This coincides with January report This indicates that the upcoming iPhone 13 will also see the sensor offset OIS trickle down to the wide lens on other iPhone 13 models. These lenses will also include autofocus.
In the past month, other rumors about wide-angle lenses and ultra-wide-angle lenses have continued to circulate.A big reason is that the ultra-wide-angle lens of the iPhone 13 will have a f/1.8 aperture Contrary to f/2.4. Although the number is small, it means that the aperture or the amount of light that can reach the sensor is larger.
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