Almost every day since the day of the announcement of the iPhone 7, new leaked photos and facts have begun to come. The rumoured release date is set on September 23. Apple has got some critics because there hasn’t been that many dynamic upgrades for their new phone. But a new leak confirms that the iPhone 7 will get a better camera.
The French Apple blog Nowhereelse.fr posted an image on the iPhone 7’s supposed camera module. The module indicates a great change to the new iPhone, in form of optical image stabilisation.
A closer look at the camera lens reveals a major change between previous iPhone’s and the new upcoming flagships. Around the lens there are four small divots, that “house the springs and equipment that allow for the lens to float slightly, leading to clearer, less blurry images,” says MacRumors. Before only the iPhone 6S and 6S plus had those four divots , but not the normal iPhone 6.
The add of optical image stabilisation will be able to get sceptical buyers to jump on the iPhone train. The feature will minimise camera shake, and that will give the user better videos.
Rumours also say that the bigger iPhone 7 plus will have dual rear camera, when the normal iPhone 7 will not offer that features. The 7 Plus will be harder to have in your pocket, so which do you prefer most, better pictures or better space in your pocket? I should say that I would buy the bigger one with dual cameras!
Source: | Tech Mic |
Image Credit: | Telegraph UK |