It has been revealed this week by the Gizmodo technology site that the new Apple iPhone 5S smartphone might have a few issues with its sensors, that will need tweaking and correcting by Apple.
Gizmodo have carried out a wealth of tests on the Apple iPhone 5S sensors and revealed that the Gyroscope, Level, Compass and Accelerometer all provide different and incorrect results when tested.
The Apple iPhone 5S sensors provided inconsistent measurements during the Gizmodo tests and the issues seem to be widespread throughout the applications and sensors in the new Apple iPhone 5S smartphone.
The Apple iPhone 5S sensor issues could either be a hardware or software issue, if it’s a software issue then Apple should be able to tweak the iOS 7 operating system to correct the issues. However if it is a hardware issue this might be a little harder to correct.
For more information on the new Apple iPhone 5S sensor issues and Gizmodo’s finding jump over to the Gizmodo website for details.
The iPhone 5S has been replaced by the iPhone SE, have a look at our comparison of the iPhone 5S vs iPhone SE.
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