The iPhone 14 anti-shock system confuses a traffic accident with going on a roller coaster

The iPhone 14 anti-shock system confuses a traffic accident with going on a roller coaster


10/10/2022 at 17:25

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The curious bug has caused more than one scare

However, these were not real traffic accidents

iPhone 14’s shock detection feature accidentally activates and calls emergency services when users they are riding a roller coaster. Thus, the curious bug is being reported by many users who have not been involved in any traffic accident, according to MacRumors.

Several users new iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro in amusement parks in the United States have reported that emergency services and contacts have been alerted that they have been involved in a car accident while they were enjoying the adrenaline released in an amusement park. The iPhone 14 sensors interpret that a roller coaster is an accident due to the force to which the bodies are subjected.

At the moment there are up to six incidents of these characteristics, but it is not known how many more could have been reported without reaching the mainstream media. Apple in response has said that it has tested the product in more than one million hours of traffic accidents for the ‘Crash Detection’ system to work properly.


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