Apple has a message for iPhone users with powerful motorcycles, mopeds, and scooters: Do not connect your phone to them you appreciate your camera.
In the supporting document is long-lasting and unique title published Friday– so-called, “Shows and vibrations, such as those made by powerful car engines, can affect iPhone cameras,” you may be surprised—Apple claims that placing your iPhone in the car can make it bigger-Negative distance andat different times. As a result, this could lead to the destruction of the mobile phone’s authenticity, or OIS, and autofocus closed-loop devices over time.
Considering that these are systems that enable your iPhone to take pictures even if you move by accident and help to withstand gravity and vibration, it is best not to confuse them. Doing so reduces your photos and videos. All iPhones starting with the iPhone 6 Plus have OIS or automatic autofocus system.
Technically speaking, the OIS system has a gyroscope that reduces visual acuity and visual acuity. When you move, the camera lens moves according to the side of the gyroscope, which gives you a better picture. Currently, autofocus shutters use internal sensors to “measure gravity and vibration and see the shape of the lens so that the charge system is set correctly, “according to Apple.
“OIS systems and AF locks in the iPhone are designed to be stable,” the company explained. “However, as is the case with most consumer electronics that integrate devices such as OIS, the temporary exposure of long-distance power within several components can degrade performance and bring down the quality of photos and videos.
Some of you may be wondering if this means that you will not be able to carry your iPhone while riding a motorcycle. Let’s face it, you can, but Apple just loves not to put it in other places.
“High-speed or high-speed motorcycle generators produce high-resolution displays, which are transmitted through chassis and handlebars. We do not recommend connecting your iPhone to an electronic or electronic device because of the spacing of the vibrations of the other lines it makes, ”the document reads.
If you have a moped or scooter type, Apple encourages you to use a shake-up position to minimize damage to the iPhone with its OIS sensors and autofocus locks. Even so, the company says that you should not connect your iPhone to the car too often.