IPhone users complain that cameras are failing. Apple told how to prevent this

Apple has warned iPhone users that it is strongly discouraged from attaching the device to motorcycles and mopeds. This can negatively affect the optical image stabilization and autofocus system, resulting in reduced image quality.

High-amplitude vibration in certain frequency ranges can cause long-term problems with the iPhone’s camera system. Motorcycle engines with high horsepower or high displacement are considered a potential threat.

Today’s iPhones are equipped with optical image stabilization and autofocus to help compensate for device shake. These mechanisms are designed to last, and yet they can be damaged by vibration transmitted through the chassis and handlebars of the motorcycle.

As noted by MacRumors, some iPhone owners have complained about camera system crashes. According to Apple, this was due to the obvious exposure to strong vibrations. But it seems that the problem is not widespread.


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