Heat gets iPhones, too. I lost one near Dodge City in 2020 and had a heck of a time replacing it as I was traveling at the time.
95,000 miles on my 2014 GS and no issues using RAM X mount.
IPhone problem because of the internal optical stabilization design.I've put about 100,000 miles on my bikes with a RAM Quick-Grip on a 6' Arm always mounted to a Ball on one of the Handle Bar Clamp screws. I've had several Motorola phones and now a Samsung s10e and never had any camera trouble. Is this purely an iPhone deficiency?
Some people have had problems with killing the cameras in their iPhones while having them mounted on the bike. Apparently the vibration overworks the optical stabilization hardware until it dies. Why that hardware is active when you're not using your camera is a reason only known to Apple engineers. Is what is it.I just killed 2 phones b4 I figured this out DAMN iphone