According to scientists, this is largely due to the magnetic field generated by the charging technology MagSafe. It has been designed in such a way as to facilitate wireless charging and attaching accessories to iPhone’a 12. Unfortunately, the same magnetic system can damage or completely disable the pacemaker.
The only good news is that, according to scientists at the Henry Ford Heart and Vascular Institute, MagSafe can only damage Medtronic pacemakers. Unfortunately, for people who use these devices, the use of iPhones can still be dangerous.
– & hairsp; After bringing the iPhone close to the ICD over the left chest area, an immediate stop of ICD therapy was noted, which was maintained throughout the test & hairsp; – & hairsp; researchers report. & Hairsp; – & hairsp; in a different position near the pacemaker. The effect was always the same.
The researchers point out that the mere use of iPhone’a 12 it is not risky for people with pacemakers. However, they definitely do not recommend carrying the phone near the breast, e.g. in a shirt pocket. Apple has already addressed the problem and said that “the magnets and electromagnetic fields emitted by their iPhone devices may interfere with medical devices such as pacemakers and defibrillators.”
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