The iPhone camera 8 can get a double optical stabilization system
Well-known KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo (Ming-Chi Kuo) argues that the dual camera of the anniversary of the iPhone, which will be released next year, will get a double optical image stabilization.
According to him, Apple will include optical stabilization in the second module of the main camera, which should result in improvements in the quality of the images, and the range of the optical zoom.
The analyst believes that Apple will have to change the design of the telephoto lens, and this will entail using a new build process module of a dual camera. Ming-Chi Kuo adds that the double optical stabilization system will receive a new iPhone with OLED display diagonal of 5.1-5.2 inch model with a traditional LCD display with a diagonal of 5.5 inches. The Junior model with LCD display diagonal of 4.7 inches will be equipped with a single camera with a conventional system of optical stabilization.
The sole provider of cameras for the new iPhone should remain the company Largan Precision.