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[RoadRUNNER] - Bad Vibrations: High Powered Engine Vibrations Damage iPhone Cameras

It’s time to think twice about how you mount your phone to your handlebars… Apple has warned that vibrations from motorcycle engines can cause damage to iPhone cameras. iPhone cameras with optical image stabilization (OIS) or closed loop auto-focus (AF) can sustain damage when vibrations are strong enough. These cameras utilize gyroscopes and/or magnetic sensors […]

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