Apple, a US-based company that manufactures iPhone phones, has made it clear that its cameras could be affected by the use of high-powered motorcycle transport. Through its customer service website, Apple’s “Support” has written that vibrations caused by large engines, including motorcycles, could cause damage to iPhone cameras by undermining some of its specialized systems by detecting silent images. “High vibrations, especially those caused by large motorcycle engines, could lower the quality of the camera system,” wrote Apple.
According to Apple, the iPhone itself is equipped with sophisticated image capture systems even when the phone is unstable for example the photographer’s hand is shaking or someone is photographing something at high speed such as a car, animal and even a person. Despite the fact that the systems are designed to last a long time, Apple has stated that, when the phone is in contact with heavy motorcycle vibrations it can impair the performance of the systems and lead to a decrease in the quality of photos and videos taken by the phone.
Be aware that Apple often gives these warnings to consumers of its products to protect the quality of its products as when things go awry for some, they leave comments on social media, leading to market damage to their products.