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iPhone 12 sales ban in France for over high SAR

Do you know, iPhone 12 sales ban in France for over high SAR? Yes, It’s true. France bans Apple iPhone 12 sales over high SAR. The Apple iPhone 12 model produces more electromagnetic waves than allowed, according to France’s National Frequency Agency (ANFR), therefore the manufacturer must cease selling the product right once.

The three-year-old Apple smartphone one of 141 phones examined by the EPA for SAR, and it discovered that it released 5.74 watts per kilogram when tucked away in a pocket. SAR must meet the EU requirement of 4.0 watts per kilogram. In the second test, which involved placing the iPhone 5 mm from a human body and setting a 2.0 W/kg restriction, it discovered that the iPhone was within specifications.

iPhone 12 sales ban in France for over high SAR

According to an ANFR statement, Apple must use “all available means” to remedy this problem as soon as possible, or it will required to recall all devices sold in the European nation. Jean-Noel Barrot, the junior minister for the digital economy in France, claims that Apple can resolve this with a software update and that it will do so in the next two weeks.

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