Unsurprisingly, the leaks around the next iPhone 7 Apple will be more and more numerous until its date of official presentation. After the photo of the A10 chip which will certainly equip the phone and that of the motherboard, today we are entitled to a snapshot of its supposed photo sensor.
Indeed, the site Nowhereelse managed to find a photo from the photo sensor iSight which should be on the back of the 4.7 inch iPhone 7. After a little in-depth analysis of the photo, Steve Hemmerstoffer came to the conclusion that it could well integrate a optical stabilizer.
To reach such a conclusion, he notably aligned the various cameras of the latest iPhone models (6, 6 Plus, 6S and 6S Plus). It was there that he realized that the tablecloth of the photo sensor of the iPhone 7 was modified and is now similar to that of the “Plus” versions of the iPhone 6 and 6S.
If the image is authentic and NowhereelseIs right, then future iPhone 7 users will be able to take advantage of a very interesting photography feature. With an optical stabilizer, the camera of this new iPhone would be able to capture stable images even if the one who takes a snapshot or films is in motion.