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원문 게시자: John Farnsworth ,

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Apple is unwilling to admit a coding glitch present in recent updates. The image stabilization built into iphone cameras works by pulsing minute amounts of current to a ring of very tiny magnets surrounding a gimbal in which the camera lens is mounted. This is done in instantaneous direct opposition to even the smallest movements. A coding error causes these magnets to pulse out of synch with the movements.

A very simple and effective fix is to get a tiny neo magnet (5/16” dia. or less) and hold it against the upper right hand corner of the face of the phone. Open the camera app and move the magnet slightly until the shaking stops. then take a tiny drop of super glue and affix the magnet to the phone in this spot (it’s better if you use a screen protector). The problem will be corrected, although your image stabilization may be reduced, and your photos will be sharp and clean.

This beats a $200 camera replacement at the Apple Store.

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