Apple Warns Millions: Keep iPhone 12 Away From Pacemakers

Apple Warns iPhone 12 Pacemaker Away from Heart
Apple iPhone 12 EMF Warning
Apple has quietly updated support documents
 for the iPhone 12 line-up, warning millions that the devices and their MagSafe wireless chargers can cause electromagnetic interference with medical devices such as pacemakers and defibrillators.yet stated the risk is the same as for past models. 
In their statements, Apple said the recent iPhone model poses nearly the same risk of interference as their past models and cautioned that the magnets and EMFs may interfere with the function of medical devices. 

To avoid any potential interactions with these devices, keep your iPhone and MagSafe accessories a safe distance away from your device (more than 6 inches / 15 cm apart or more than 12 inches / 30 cm apart if wirelessly charging). But consult with your physician and your device manufacturer for specific guidelines.”
While the wireless industry has been built on the premise that only ionizing radiation, such as that produced for X-rays, can cause health damage, researchers and scientists have been warning that even nonionizing and nonheat-producing radiation can cause damage to your health and the environment. 
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