The next iPhone would support image stabilization on both rear-facing dual camera lenses -


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Friday, 18 November 2016

The next iPhone would support image stabilization on both rear-facing dual camera lenses

The Plus and standard models of the iPhone 7 are compatible with the Optical Image Stabilization (OIS) function for clearer images and capture of stabilized videos. The dual-lens models of the upcoming iPhone, according to stock analyst Keng Ming-Chi Kuo, will include OIS support on both lenses, both the wide-angle lens and the telephoto lens.

The iPhone 7 Plus supports auto focus on both cameras on the back, but only the wide-angle lens is equipped with OIS.

We believe that Apple will add the OIS function to telephoto to increase the outlets of the new iPhone next year. We think that the telephoto lens will be redesigned to support OIS in the telephoto lens, with challenges probably arising from the need to increase the image circle of the telephoto lens, which will lead to more calibration time and more complex assembly processes; and a redesigned telephoto lens, since a larger image circle will result in a degraded picture quality around corners, according to Ming-Chi Kuo said.

The analyst believes that adding functionality IOs for telephoto, you can improve photo quality and increase the optical zoom range of the current 2 x optical zoom has the iPhone 7 Plus.

Another report Kuo and presented in iPhoneate , predicted that the iPhone 7 Plus 4.7 - inch and 5.5 - inch model will get a glass body instead of metal in its update for 2017, with the departure of a possible IPhone with OLED screen.

At the moment, no further information is available, but it is clear that there is still a lot left for the next smartphone from the Cupertino company; so it will be taken speculation analyst with caution.

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