iPhone 13 Pro might come with new warp electronic stabilisation system
Apple might be slow to follow trends like foldable devices, but the company still tries to remain innovative. While the iPhone's design hasn't changed too much in recent years, it seems the company is working on some new camera features again.
As you may know, the iPhone has sensor-shift stabilisation for the Pro Max variants. But the iPhone 13 Pro will allegedly go one step further. According to Max Weinbach (via EverythingApplePro), the iPhone 13 Pro will have a new electronic image stabilisation system called 'warp'. It's supposed to enable "subject tracking across all frame rates and resolutions".
Speaking of the iPhone 13, it's also rumoured that the entire iPhone 13 lineup could come with sensor-shift stabilisation found in the iPhone 12 Pro Max. In case you didn't know, it's basically optical image stabilisation that's applied to the ultrawide-angle camera. The stabilisation feature is similar to what you'd find in some DSLR or mirrorless cameras.
As usual, these are just rumours for now, so take them with a grain of salt. Subject tracking does sound useful for taking videos, but what do you think about it? Let us know in the comments, and stay tuned to TechNave for more updates on this.