The Apple website does mention magnetic interference with medical devices and prior consulting with a doctor and medical device manufacturers.
"Medical device manufacturers and implanting physicians should remain vigilant in making patients aware of this significant interaction of the iPhone 12 and other smart wearables with their cardiac implantable electronic devices,” says the association in its advisory notice.
In FCC filings in the US for the MagSafe charger (FCC ID: BCGA2140), it shows the puck charger is only certified to 7.5W at the Qi frequency (127.7 KHz). However, the filings show the MagSafe charger was certified to 15W watts at 360 KHz in a proprietary mode.
- ENGINEERING AT THE FRONTLINE OF HEALTH
- PIEZO-BASED ENERGY HARVESTING WITHIN MEDICAL IMPLANTS
- HOW ELECTRICAL INTERFERENCE CAN CAUSE PACEMAKER ISSUES
- 2020: A YEAR OF MEDICAL INNOVATION
Other articles on eeNews Europe
- European tech for Sony's Vision-S electric car - video
- Keysight's 2021 predictions
- Teledyne buys FLIR in $8bn deal
- Major 6G project starts in Europe
- Qualcomm appoints new CEO
- ST shakes off Covid-19 pandemic in 2020 results