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Wireless Interference and iPhone Compatibility
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ctickle
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Hi all,

I have owned a P3SE for around 2 years and used it the first summer I got it, but have not used it much since.

When I first got the device, I had an iPhone 6 Plus and it worked fine, I then upgraded to the iPhone XS and was told by DJI it was not compatible but they were working to make it compatible. Nothing has ever come of that as far as I can see, i was wondering if people are using iPhone XS's without issue and if it is safe to do so?

I took my drone out yesterday and was experiencing 'Wireless Interference' which was accompanied by a warning in the DJI App. I was wondering if there are any tips people can give me for reducing this as much as possible? Which bands are best to use etc. I am new to all this kind of thing and im hoping to get some pointers as yesterday, the video feed to my phone was terrible and very out of time, it was barely useable to get the shots I wanted. At one point the drone totally disconnected and returned to home safely, but it was a scary experience. I am hoping some of you kind folk can help me out!

thanks
4-12 01:47
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Labroides
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iPhone XS and was told by DJI it was not compatible but they were working to make it compatible. Nothing has ever come of that as far as I can see, i was wondering if people are using iPhone XS's without issue and if it is safe to do so?
DJI people are often the last place to get helpful advice.
It seems that at least some flyers are using the same phone as you:
https://www.phantomhelp.com/tips/best-tabletsphones-for-dji-go.18


I took my drone out yesterday and was experiencing 'Wireless Interference' which was accompanied by a warning in the DJI App. I was wondering if there are any tips people can give me for reducing this as much as possible?

Interference is just what happens in urban areas.
More modern DJI drones use different transmission systems that are much more resistant than the earlier models.

4-12 03:25
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ctickle
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Labroides Posted at 4-12 03:25
iPhone XS and was told by DJI it was not compatible but they were working to make it compatible. Nothing has ever come of that as far as I can see, i was wondering if people are using iPhone XS's without issue and if it is safe to do so?
DJI people are often the last place to get helpful advice.
It seems that at least some flyers are using the same phone as you:

Thanks for the reply!

Which models will have better connectivity? Something such as the Mavic 2?

Thnaks
5-10 05:47
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Labroides
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ctickle Posted at 5-10 05:47
Thanks for the reply!

Which models will have better connectivity? Something such as the Mavic 2?

Which models will have better connectivity? Something such as the Mavic 2?
The connectiion is between the drone and its controller.
The phone has nothing to do with it.
All DJI drones have good connection with their controller.
5-10 06:09
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ctickle
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took my drone out yesterday and was experiencing 'Wireless Interference' which was accompanied by a warning in the DJI App. I was wondering if there are any tips people can give me for reducing this as much as possible?

Interference is just what happens in urban areas.
More modern DJI drones use different transmission systems that are much more resistant than the earlier models.


I mean in relation to this comment you made... Which newer drones have better connectivity? I want a drone I can rely on... I feel that with my Phantom 3 SE I am fearful as it gets a lot of interference, I don't really live in what is considered an urban area... its definitely more rural.
5-10 09:21
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