IPhone Warning: Beware Shock Report About Millions Of IPhones

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Apple’s 2020 iPhone plans continue to leak, but a shocking new report says millions of iPhone owners should beware of the models already in their pocket. And I say beware of the warning. 

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Forbes Gordon Kelly

Picked up by several high-profile sites, a new report from RF Exposure Lab claims to shoot down safety reports from the FCC about the iPhone 11 Pro. Its results state Apple’s hugely popular smartphone emits more than double the legal limit for RF radiation (3.8 watts per kilogram versus the 1.6W/kg limit). The report blames antiquated testing methods at the FCC for the discrepancy but I would advise you to look more closely. 

02/14 Update: Apple has got in touch with me to say the company will not be issuing a formal statement but it has directed me to >iPhone 11 Pro RF Exposure Information. This states that when "iPhone radios are set to their highest transmission levels" and held 5mm from the body the iPhone 11 Pro measures 1.6-2W/Kg meaning standard transition levels will run below this (the readings are the same for the >iPhone 11 and >iPhone 11 Pro Max). Apple does advise users "To reduce exposure to RF energy, use a hands-free option, such as the built-in speakerphone, the supplied headphones, or other similar accessories."

Despite some major sites taking this report at face value, I believe the report is misleading and alarmist, and consumers need to know the full facts. The key is to look at who commissioned RF Exposure Lab’s testing: Penumbra Brands. The company describes itself as supporting “products that improve the performance, aesthetic and lifespan of mobile devices” but its website simply highlights Gadget Guard, which sells (link deliberately excluded) phone cases offering radiation protection. 

All over the site are serious warnings about iPhones breaking FCC emissions limits and claims Gadget Guard cases slash these emissions well into safe levels. The site also quotes an article from the Chicago Tribune last year, which erroneously stated the iPhone 7 broke safe radiation levels. Apple denied this and when the FCC retested the phone it was found to be perfectly safe (report here).

Needless to say, I have contacted Apple for a response to the new report but I think we already know what the answer will be. As such, while some will remain convinced by the claim that FCC testing is out of date, there is no evidence to prove this. 

So while stock level fears about the upcoming iPhone SE2 / iPhone 9 are very real, I would strongly advise you to dismiss this radiation report out of hand. And always remember the golden rule: check the source. 

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Apple’s 2020 iPhone plans continue to leak, but a shocking new report says millions of iPhone owners should beware of the models already in their pocket. And I say beware of the warning. 

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Apple's iPhone 11 Pro (right) has been accused of breaking safe radiation emissions, but you should ... [+] be skeptical

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Forbes Gordon Kelly

Picked up by several high-profile sites, a new report from RF Exposure Lab claims to shoot down safety reports from the FCC about the iPhone 11 Pro. Its results state Apple’s hugely popular smartphone emits more than double the legal limit for RF radiation (3.8 watts per kilogram versus the 1.6W/kg limit). The report blames antiquated testing methods at the FCC for the discrepancy but I would advise you to look more closely. 

02/14 Update: Apple has got in touch with me to say the company will not be issuing a formal statement but it has directed me to >iPhone 11 Pro RF Exposure Information. This states that when "iPhone radios are set to their highest transmission levels" and held 5mm from the body the iPhone 11 Pro measures 1.6-2W/Kg meaning standard transition levels will run below this (the readings are the same for the >iPhone 11 and >iPhone 11 Pro Max). Apple does advise users "To reduce exposure to RF energy, use a hands-free option, such as the built-in speakerphone, the supplied headphones, or other similar accessories."

Despite some major sites taking this report at face value, I believe the report is misleading and alarmist, and consumers need to know the full facts. The key is to look at who commissioned RF Exposure Lab’s testing: Penumbra Brands. The company describes itself as supporting “products that improve the performance, aesthetic and lifespan of mobile devices” but its website simply highlights Gadget Guard, which sells (link deliberately excluded) phone cases offering radiation protection. 

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Gadget Guard cases make extreme claims about iPhone radiation

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All over the site are serious warnings about iPhones breaking FCC emissions limits and claims Gadget Guard cases slash these emissions well into safe levels. The site also quotes an article from the Chicago Tribune last year, which erroneously stated the iPhone 7 broke safe radiation levels. Apple denied this and when the FCC retested the phone it was found to be perfectly safe (report here).

Needless to say, I have contacted Apple for a response to the new report but I think we already know what the answer will be. As such, while some will remain convinced by the claim that FCC testing is out of date, there is no evidence to prove this. 

So while stock level fears about the upcoming iPhone SE2 / iPhone 9 are very real, I would strongly advise you to dismiss this radiation report out of hand. And always remember the golden rule: check the source. 

> Apple iPhone SE2: Everything We Know So Far [Updated]
Forbes Gordon Kelly

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Follow Gordon on >Facebook

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Source : https://www.forbes.com/sites/gordonkelly/2020/02/14/pple-iphone-11-pro-radiation-warning-new-iphone-upgrade

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