Apple warns that the iPhone camera may be damaged by the vibration of the motorcycle etc.
A new page has been added to Apple's product support: 'Exposure to vibrations generated by high-power motorcycle engines can affect iPhone cameras.'
Exposure to vibrations, like those generated by high-powered motorcycle engines, might impact iPhone cameras --Apple Support
Apple Warns Vibrations Like Those From High-Power Motorcycle Engines Can Harm iPhone Cameras-MacRumors
According to Apple, some models, such as the iPhone 12 Pro Max, have an optical image stabilizer (OIS) that allows you to take clear pictures even if you accidentally move the camera when taking a picture, and measure the effects of gravity and vibration. It has a closed-loop autofocus that keeps the focus.
Although these systems are designed for durability, prolonged exposure to high-amplitude vibrations within a certain frequency range can result in poor performance and poor photo and video quality. And that.
Specifically, Apple has stated that it is 'not recommended' to attach an iPhone to a motorcycle because the vibration generated by a high-power and large-capacity motorcycle engine corresponds to exactly this 'high-amplitude vibration of a specific frequency'. increase.
In addition, in the comment section of the news site MacRumors, it is pointed out that Apple itself made a CM movie using the iPhone in an extreme environment, and some of them were like running in the desert on a motorcycle.
The Saudi desert riders | Shot on iPhone --YouTube
in Hardware, Posted by logc_nt