Vibrations can harm the camera’s iPhone. That’s what alerted the Apple in an official statement, citing as an example the vibrations generated by motorcycles with powerful engines.
According to Apple, the iPhone has an advanced camera system that contains optical image stabilization and closed-loop autofocus technologies.
They are used to avoid blurry photos. However, they can be damaged by prolonged exposure to vibrations. With this, the photographs can start to have a lower quality than products that have not had this type of exposure to shake.
“iPhone’s closed-loop AF and OIS systems are designed for durability. However, as is the case with many consumer electronics that include systems such as OIS, long-term direct exposure to high-amplitude vibrations within certain frequency ranges can degrade the performance of these systems and lead to reduced image quality. for photos and videos. It is recommended that you avoid exposing your iPhone to prolonged, high-amplitude vibrations,” says Apple’s official statement.
Apple therefore advises that it is not recommended to connect your iPhone to motorcycles with high-powered engines to avoid problems with the focus and image stabilization systems.