Different Warning from Apple to iPhone Users: "Don't Do This" 1
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Apple has issued an interesting caveat for iPhone users. Warning, iPhone camera system pertaining to high amplitude vibrations from a powerful motorcycle engine. Basically, many iPhone models, optical image stabilization (OIS) and closed-loop autofocus (AF), allowing users to capture sharp shots while countering the effects of gravity and vibration.

While OIS and closed-loop AF are “designed for durability”, Apple says that at the end of prolonged exposure to high amplitude vibrations at reasonable frequencies that it will cause a decrease in the quality of landscapes and images, and the deterioration of the camera. says. Apple’s statement is in the form:

High-power or high-volume motorcycle engines produce heavy high-amplitude vibrations that are transmitted through the frame and handlebars. It is not recommended to connect your iPhone to motorcycles with high-power or high-volume engines due to the amplitude of vibration they produce in reasonable frequency ranges. Attaching your iPhone to small-volume or electric powered vehicles such as mopeds and scooters may cause vibrations of relatively lower amplitude, but if you do, a vibration-damping mount is recommended to reduce the risk of damage to your iPhone and iPhone. OIS and AF systems. It is also recommended to avoid prolonged regular use to further reduce the risk of damage.

OIS or closed-loop AF Since iPhone 6S Plus

Given that is available on multiple iPhone models, it’s not clear why Apple decided to issue an abrupt advisory on this matter. An increase in sample events reported by customers can be anticipated. Apple also emphasizes that the problem is common to “many” consumer electronics with these camera technologies and is not unique to the iPhone. . .

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