メインコンテンツにスキップ

修理を始めるには

修理する権利

ストア

手順16に変更

Peter Shenさんによる編集

承認の保留中

変更なし

手順ライン

[* black] Out comes the vibrator motor. It appears that Apple elected to go with the [guide|4693|linear oscillating vibrator|stepid=21274] that we found in the Verizon iPhone 4 as opposed to the [guide|3130|rotational electric motor with counterweight|stepid=15337] in the AT&T version.
[* icon_note] This vibrator motor is quieter, softer, and all-around less annoying than its counter-weighted predecessor.
[* black] It vibrates at a constant 175 Hz, like a pitch fork or bell. A counterweight motor would spin up to and down from a lower frequency, producing excess vibration that allows the phone to glide.