Apple will likely announce as many as four new iPhones later this year and it looks like all of them will get a feature that was previously limited to the iPhone 12 Pro Max.

According to a new DigiTimes report, sensor-shift camera stabilization is coming to every new iPhone when they are announced later this year.

The report comes after DigiTimes suggested this might be the case back in January, but it now seems more confident that we can look forward to the feature moving all the way down Apple’s iPhone 13 lineup.

The VCM makers mainly deliver shipments for Android handsets in the first half of the year, but such shipments are expected to be surpassed by those for iPhones in the second half, given that all new iPhones will feature the sensor-shift OIS (optical image stabilization) function, the sources said, adding that the makers have been told to raise capacity by 30-40% to meet strong demand for iPhones.

The feature will allow for a more stable shot when people use their iPhones, allowing for an improved image out the other end. It could be particularly useful when taking shots in low light conditions, too.

(Image: iPhone 13 concept renders)

Apple will likely announce and release new iPhones in or around September, assuming it sticks to its previous release cadence.

(Top image: iPhone 12 Pro Max vs iPhone 13 Pro Max dummy)

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