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Versione corrente di: Simos Kondylakis ,

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-Hello guys. I have an iPhone 12 Pro and I’m wondering if that kind of damage can be made with the phone mounted on an electric scooter. I had an iPhone X before and i have used it many times with me Xiaomi electric scooter without a problem.
+Hello guys. I have an iPhone 12 Pro and I’m wondering if that kind of damage can be made with the phone mounted on an electric scooter. I had an iPhone X before and I’ve used it many times with my Xiaomi electric scooter without a problem.
Does the vibrations of the bike’s engine/pistons do the damage or the damage can also be made with the vibrations from a bumpy road? I haven’t got on a street bike before so I’m not familiar with the kind of vibrations it produces.

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Modifica di: Simos Kondylakis ,

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-Hello guys. I have an iPhone 12 Pro and I’m wondering if that kind of damage can be made with the phone mounted on an electric scooter. Does the vibrations of the bike’s engine/pistons do the damage or the damage can also be made with the vibrations from a bumpy road? I have not got on a street bike before so I’m not familiar with the kind of vibrations it produces.
+Hello guys. I have an iPhone 12 Pro and I’m wondering if that kind of damage can be made with the phone mounted on an electric scooter. I had an iPhone X before and i have used it many times with me Xiaomi electric scooter without a problem.
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+Does the vibrations of the bike’s engine/pistons do the damage or the damage can also be made with the vibrations from a bumpy road? I haven’t got on a street bike before so I’m not familiar with the kind of vibrations it produces.

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Post originale di: Simos Kondylakis ,

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Hello guys. I have an iPhone 12 Pro and I’m wondering if that kind of damage can be made with the phone mounted on an electric scooter. Does the vibrations of the bike’s engine/pistons do the damage or the damage can also be made with the vibrations from a bumpy road? I have not got on a street bike before so I’m not familiar with the kind of vibrations it produces.

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