When on a flat surface, the new iPhone 5S thinks it’s leaning left. This is just one of many reported problems with the various orientation, motion, and direction sensors in the highly popular phone. At least they now come in gold.
Apple appears to have a serious hardware problem on its hands as the internal sensors of its new flagship phone, the iPhone 5S, are not reporting accurate numbers.
Numerous reports on Apple support communities indicate that people believe the sensors that report level, motion, and acceleration seem to be reporting incorrect information. And a detailed Gizmodo test indicates that indeed, they are “all screwed up.”