Apple iPhone 12 Is Harmful to People with Pacemakers and Defibrillators

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The company has warned that the Apple iPhone 12 is harmful and very dangerous for people with pacemakers and defibrillators.

The company has warned that the additional magnets that are found in all variants of the latest iPhone, iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Mini, iPhone 12 Pro, and iPhone 12 Pro Max, which also includes all MagSafe accessories, can pose a great risk for the people who have pacemakers and defibrillators.

Apple had previously made it public that the magnets installed in their devices can be dangerous to people who have medical equipment implanted in the bodies.

iPhone 12 Is Harmful to Pacemakers and Defibrillators

But the company has further elaborated in the guide published on the official website that people who have such medical types of equipment implanted should avoid buying Apple iPhone 12.

Or if someone have pacemakers or defibrillators, the person should keep a distance with the Apple iPhone 12.

A year ago, when AirPods was released, it was also said that they cause cancer. Still, in October 2020, Apple made it clear that electromagnetic interference with a certain medical device can be harmful.

Research by Joshua C. Greenberg, M.D Mahmoud R. Altawil, and M.D Gurjit Singh, M.D on Hearth Rythem Journal published a report “Life-Saving Therapy Inhibition by Phones Containing Magnets” confirms by giving the image of how iPhone 12 is harmful to people with defibrillators and pacemakers and other sensitive medical devices.

iPhone 12 Is Harmful to Pacemakers and Defibrillators
Heartrhythm Journal

MagSafe is a magnetic technology created by Apple, the major internal engineering of the Apple iPhone 12. This was first created for the safety feature as charging cords for MacBooks,. Still, later in iPhone 12, this was made the basic engineering ecosystem to support wireless charging and easy attachment.

Every iPhone 12 has this MagSafe technology and it can not be removed. Apple is willing to come up with more medical-friendly technology in their iPhone 13 next year.


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