Apple added a new MagSafe magnetic suction system to the iPhone 12 series this year, aiming to make up for the shortcomings of wireless charging and pave the way for all wireless mobile phones.
However, MagSafe magnetic suction charger has been controversial since its launch. Recently, it has been reported that accessories may cause implantable cardioverter defibrillator failure.
exposure of iPhone 12 MagSafe system to interfere with pacemaker
It is understood that the discovery was put forward in a foreign report focusing on heart research. According to the report, three doctors found that when the iPhone 12 was close to the patient’s implantable cardioverter defibrillator, the device would immediately enter the “pause” state. The main reason is that the MagSafe magnetic effect would interfere with the implantable medical device.
This has also attracted Apple officials’ high attention. They urgently added some introduction contents in MagSafe’s support document
&Medical devices such as implantable pacemakers and defibrillators may contain sensors that respond to magnets and radios when in close contact. In order to avoid any potential interaction with these medical devices, please keep your iPhone and MagSafe magnetic suction accessories at a safe distance from your medical devices (the distance is more than 6 inches / 15 cm). Please consult your doctor and equipment manufacturer for specific guidelines.
Please consult your doctor and medical device manufacturer for specific information about your medical device and whether you need to keep your medical device at a safe distance from your iPhone or any MagSafe magnetic suction accessory. Manufacturers usually provide suggestions on how to safely use their medical devices around wireless devices or magnetic products to prevent possible interference.
If you suspect that the iPhone or any MagSafe accessories are interfering with your medical device, please stop using the iPhone or MagSafe accessories. ”
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