While wireless charging technologies make our lives easier, they can pose a risk, especially to patients using implants. With the iPhone 12, a very powerful MagSafe device has been added to the new iPhone models. Implants can be adversely affected by the appeasing of iPhone 12 models equipped with a powerful medis, according to a recent study.
Implants such as pacemakers can create problems such as paralysis and deactivation, especially in the face of powerful mings. Experts recommend keeping wireless chargers about one step away from the pacemaker, alwithout scientific evidence, so as not to take risks.
Compared to other wireless charging technologies, MagSafe, which has a very powerful system, seems to carry more risk in this sense. A study of implants found that when the iPhone 12 was held directly on the pacemaker, it stopped after a while when the implant was first paralysed.
For the moment, it is also important that only one person has had this experiment done and not every pacemaker has the same frequency values. Still, if you’re carrying a pacemaker or have relatives carrying pacemakers, it’s worth keeping your iPhone phone at a distance.
Although older iPhone models besides the iPhone 12 also support wireless charging, the new iPhone models with MagSafe mings seem to carry more risk for implants such as pacemakers.
Besides MagSafe, it is not yet known whether the wireless charging technologies of other smartphones have the same effect. Experts also warn against getting too close to electronic devices, especially those using a mingle, when using such vital implants.