ZONABANTEN.com – It turned out that the motorcycle engine can damage the iPhone camera while riding a motorcycle.
Apple warns customers that subjecting iPhone to certain types of vibrations can cause permanent damage to the imaging system.
Apple has issued a warning in a new document titled, “Exposure to vibrations, such as those generated by high-powered motorcycle engines, can affect iPhone cameras.”
“Exposing your iPhone to high-amplitude vibrations in a certain frequency range, particularly produced by high-power motorcycle engines, can degrade camera system performance,” Apple wrote.
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The company explains that the problem is focused on optical image stabilization (OIS) and closed-loop autofocus system, which work to eliminate motion, vibration, and gravitational effects on the iPhone.
The OIS system uses a gyroscope to detect camera movement and move the lens.
Based on data to reduce blur in photos.
Closed-loop AF uses magnetic sensors to measure gravity and vibrations and find the correct lens position to compensate for them.
iPhone is likely to be most affected by this vibration if it is securely attached to the motorcycle itself.