The iPhone series improved HDR Gyroscope and 256G Accelerometer for Crash Detection
The iPhone 14 series will Improve HDR Gyroscope and 256G Accelerometer for Crash Detection
The iPhone 14 series, which was unveiled on Wednesday at Apple’s ‘Far Out’ event, has been marketed as having several life-saving features, including the much-discussed emergency satellite services. Another feature that appears to have slipped under the radar is its new Crash Detection system. In addition, all iPhone 14 series models are expected to include upgraded components such as a high dynamic range (HDR) gyroscope and a new high force accelerometer. Apple claims that it used public crash data as well as real-world driving data to ensure that this new feature works as accurately as possible.
The iPhone 14 series, which includes the standard iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Plus, iPhone 14 Pro, and iPhone 14 Pro Max, is expected to include a new high force accelerometer capable of measuring accelerations and decelerations up to 256G.
The HDR gyroscope on board can detect “dramatic changes in a car’s orientation.” Furthermore, the barometer in iPhone 14 series handsets is programmed to detect pressure changes caused by airbag deployment.
Apple claims that the microphone on the new iPhone 14 series monitors sounds levels while driving to detect extreme sounds that are typically caused by collisions. To protect users’ privacy, the Cupertino company has assured them that all sound detection processing is done on the iPhone.
Apple “developed advanced motion algorithms by performing head-on, rear-end, side-impact, and rollover crash tests” to ensure that the Crash Detection feature works correctly. It also used public crash data from accidents. This feature benefits from over 1 million hours of real-world driving data in total.
All of these new algorithms and handset components aid in the detection of severe car accidents in the iPhone 14 series handsets. It then contacts emergency services and your emergency contacts automatically.
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