More Apple Devices Can Interfere With Medical Devices

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Following a March Apple support document that stated that the iPhone 12 could interfere with implanted medical devices, the tech company recently released another updated document, expanding the list of its products to be kept at a safe distance from implanted medical devices such as pacemakers and defibrillators.

The updated list for products with magnetic and electromagnetic fields includes products such as Apple Watch, iPad, iPad mini, iPad Air, iPad Pro, AirPods and Charging Case, AirPods and Wireless Charging Case, AirPods Max and Smart Case, AirPods Pro and Wireless Charging Case, Apple Watch bands with magnets, Apple Watch magnetic charging accessories, HomePod, HomePod mini, iPad Smart Covers and Smart Folios and so on.

For more information, read the original story in ZDNet.

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