New iPhone 5s motion sensor complaints add to Apple's woes
| by Anujeet Majumdar |
Apple recently began rolling out its top-of-the-line iPhone 5s to consumers. While the roll-out registered record sales, quite a few users now seem to be turning to the company’s official support communities with complaints of the device’s motion sensors not being calibrated properly.
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This problem seems to vary from device to device. Some users, on a MacRumours forum thread, have claimed that the compass app is off by four to six degrees. Others have withdrawn their complaints, saying that they are no longer facing this problem after Apple replaced their devices.
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