Summary of The most INTENSE episode of Genius Bar EVER (feat. @Felixba) | Ep. 85

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The most INTENSE episode of Genius Bar EVER features a discussion between two people about the iPhone's crash detection feature. The feature is not as reliable as advertised, and the two discuss the reasons why this may be the case.

  • 00:00:00 The episode features a discussion between John and Felix about Felix's experience at the iPhone 14 event and how they became friends. Felix's old YouTube channel is now using YouTube premium, which causes John to be in a bad mood.
  • 00:05:00 The podcast discusses Felix's reasons for not owning an Apple Watch, and John's reasons for owning multiple Apple Watches. The podcast concludes that the Apple Watch SC2 is the best product of the year.
  • 00:10:00 The video features a test of the iPhone 14's Crash Detection feature, and it is revealed that it is not as reliable as Apple had advertised. The iPhone 14 does not detect crashes as hard as previous iPhone models, and the siren is the only part of the watch that is disappointing.
  • 00:15:00 The video features a crash test of an iPhone, in which the phone detects that there is no crash, before concluding with a demonstration of a rollover crash. The video concludes with John stating that Capital One is using machine learning to prevent fraud.
  • 00:20:00 The video discusses the differences between how the iPhone and watch detect crashes, with the watch requiring a car to be moving at a certain speed for a certain amount of time before it will trigger a crash, while the iPhone will detect a crash even if the car is stopped. However, the author notes that this is not how artificial intelligence works, and that the watch's crash detection may be affected by other factors such as the customer's phone being dropped.
  • 00:25:00 In the video, Felix Baum shows how the iPhone's crash detection feature doesn't work in some cases, such as when a car rolls over. Baum also shows how the feature can be triggered in other cases, such as when a car is hit from a high speed.
  • 00:30:00 The presenter argues that Apple's crash detection feature is not reliable, as it did not work in their scenario where they intentionally crashed their phone at a slow speed. They cite government crash testing as evidence that this feature does not work reliably.
  • 00:35:00 In this video, an expert discusses the inconsistency between a car's airbag not going off during a severe crash, depending on the severity of the crash. They point out that this inconsistency is due to the fact that the car crashes are relatively minor.
  • 00:40:00 The video features Felix Baumgartner, who discusses his experience with a "severe crash" on his iPhone 6 Plus. Baumgartner says the feature doesn't work the same way for everyone, and that he would like Apple to clarify what "severe" means. Baumgartner believes that some crashes were severe, but Apple doesn't seem to agree.
  • 00:45:00 The most intense episode of the Genius Bar ever features two people trying to figure out why the 2000 nits promised by Apple's iPhone display don't always work as promised. One of the people trying to find the feature says that the reason is because of overheating, which could be a problem if you're using the phone outdoors in direct sunlight.
  • 00:50:00 The video discusses a debate between two individuals about whether or not car crashes are survivable. The two discuss the different ways in which car crashes can occur and the potential consequences of each. The video then switches to a discussion of a different topic, but ends with a warning to the viewer about the dangers of using a VPN without proper security measures.
  • 00:55:00 The host of the video talks about how the iPhone's motion sensors have been upgraded to detect forces up to 256 G's, which is four or five times the body weight of a normal person. The host then goes on to say that because of this, the Apple Watch will now be able to detect car crashes even if the person is unconscious or unable to make a phone call. The host also says that the watch's durability has been improved, and that dirt and rocks will not be able to scratch the display.

01:00:00 - 01:25:00

The hosts of the YouTube channel "Genius Bar" discuss the recent car crash of one of their friends, Felix Baumgartner. They discuss the importance of Apple's response to the crash and whether or not the crash would have been survivable had the person been wearing an Apple Watch. Baumgartner and the other developers disagree on the severity of the crash, but both agree that Apple's iPhone is a powerful device.

  • 01:00:00 The YouTube channel "Genius Bar" features a discussion between two friends about a recent car crash that one of them survived. The friends discuss the importance of Apple's response to the crash and whether or not the crash would have been survivable had the person been wearing an Apple Watch.
  • 01:05:00 The video features Felix Baumgartner, who tells the story of how his car crashed and how Apple's iPhone was able to detect that he was driving. Baumgartner and other developers disagree on the severity of a crash, but both agree that Apple's iPhone is a powerful device.
  • 01:10:00 The episode concludes with Felix explaining that the October event is not canceled, but that it is more likely that Apple will release updates and press releases instead.
  • 01:15:00 The video's host, Felix Baumgartner, and guest, Luke Day, discuss Luke's audience's expectations for the video, and discuss Luke's new video, "Banger." Baumgartner concludes that Luke's audience is expecting the video to have a specific purpose, and that they will be disappointed when it does not.
  • 01:20:00 The video discusses the iPhone 14 Pro and its various features. One of the main points of disagreement between the hosts is whether or not the phone is an upgrade from the iPhone 13 Pro. They all agree that the phone is a cool upgrade, but also mention that if the only feature people are looking for is improved construction, then the iPhone 14 Pro may not be the best choice for them.
  • 01:25:00 Felix discusses how he feels being the best guest ever, and how Toby and John reacted to his arrival. Toby then predicts Felix's career path, and John reveals he has a surprise for Felix.

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