iPhone 6 Gets Maybe Electrical Image Stabilization

Chinese analyst forudsér that camera Apple’s upcoming iPhone 6 will be updated with electric image stabilization.

The camera on the iPhone is expected to be improved in the future iPhone 6 is in no way a surprise. Apple has since the introduction of the iPhone in 2007 improved both hardware and software year after year.

According to MacRumors, a Chinese analyst anticipates, however, that the upcoming iPhone 6 get electric billedstablisering. The word “video stabilization” we heard first mentioned during an iPhone presentation in 2011, since the iPhone 4S were showcased for the world press. Apple has not yet moved into optical techniques such as certain competitors, and therefore do not expect to do it this year either.

In addition, the analyst also predicts that the pixel size is increased from the current 1.5 to 1.75 um um. It will therefore not contribute to a camera with either 16 or 20 megapixels, but instead let more light create a better image.

One of the advantages for Apple from using electrical billedstablisering in relation to optical is that they can make the camera smaller, so it does not protrude from the unit as we see from many of its competitors ‘ phones.

About a month or so go Tim Cook & co. on stage for WWDC (Apple’s annual Developer Conference) and it remains to be seen whether we can look forward to a previous iPhone launch this year. However, first, we expect to hear more later this year, as in recent years.