iPhone 12 and MagSafe: Be careful if you have a pacemaker!

Apple warns owners of iPhone 12 and MagSafe accessories again that they may cause electromagnetic interference in medical devices, such as pacemakers and defibrillators. The warning was added to the company’s support website, this time giving the right directions for the correct use of the devices to people who have medical devices on them.

Apple warning:

Medical devices such as implanted pacemakers and defibrillators may contain sensors that respond to magnets and radio waves when in close contact. To avoid possible interactions with these devices, keep the iPhone 12 and MagSafe accessories in safety distance from your device (more than 15 cm or more than 30 cm if charged wirelessly). But consult your doctor and the manufacturer of your device for specific instructions.

In fact, the company further emphasizes the accessories MagSafe Charger and MagSafe Duo, as they contain waves that can further affect the functions of medical devices. Either way, you might as well be careful with your new iPhone 12s as well accessory their.

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