Apple will be updating the iPhone 12 in France due to concerns raised by regulators about the electromagnetic radiation emitted by the devices. The country’s digital minister, Jean-Noel Barrot, stated that Apple has assured him that an update will be implemented in the next few days. France had halted sales of the iPhone 12 after it was found to emit more electromagnetic waves than allowed. Both Apple and Barrot emphasized that there is no danger to public health from the radiation. Apple explained that this issue is related to a specific testing protocol used by French regulators and not a safety concern, highlighting that the device complies with emissions rules worldwide. The company will release a software update for users in France to accommodate the French regulatory protocol. Barrot has given Apple a two-week deadline to issue the update, and the testing agency, ANFR, will evaluate it before deciding whether to lift the sales ban. The World Health Organization states that no adverse health effects have been established as being caused by mobile phone use.
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