France concerned about iPhone 12 emissions: Apple announces solution

According to Reuters, Apple has announced the launch a software update for iPhone 12 users in France after the country’s regulator raised concerns about the device’s emissions.

France’s National Frequency Agency (ANFR) said tests showed the iPhone 12 emits electromagnetic waves above European standards. As a result, called on Apple to stop selling the model in France and fix the problem within two weeks or there is a threat of a recall.

Apple has disputed the ANFR’s conclusions on grounds iPhone 12 is safe and has been certified in countries around the world. However, the company has agreed to release a software update to address concerns raised by the French regulator.

We will be releasing a software update for users in France to align with the protocol used by French regulators. We hope that the iPhone 12 will continue to be available in France.

This is related to a specific testing protocol used by French regulators and does not represent a safety issue.

The software update is expected to be released in the coming weeks. It’s not yet clear what specific changes the update will bring, but it will likely include an adjustment to the way the iPhone 12 handles radio waves.

French regulator ANFR said it would test the software update to see if it made a difference in the electromagnetic waves emitted by the device. If this is the case, the regulator said it would bring the model into compliance with European standards and lift the recall order.

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