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iPhone 11 Pro doubles radiation exposure deemed safe for consumers, according to new test

NORTH SALT LAKE, Utah , February 04 /Businesswire/ - An independent lab found the iPhone 11 Pro emits more than twice the FCC’s legal safety limit for radiofrequency (RF) radiation from a cellphone. The test opens up the possibility many other phones expose users to more radiation than legally allowed.


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