Apple to upgrade iPhone 12 software after French ban

Alex Omenye
Alex Omenye

Apple promised on Friday to upgrade the software on iPhone 12 in France in order to resolve a controversy regarding radiation levels.

Following tests that the country claimed revealed violations of radiation exposure restrictions, France this week stopped sales of iPhone 12 smartphones.

Apple refuted the findings, claiming that the iPhone 12 was approved by numerous international organisations as meeting all worldwide requirements, but announced on Friday that it would release a software update to take into account the French testing procedures.

The World Health Organisation reports that despite extensive research into the health dangers of mobile phones over the past 20 years, no unfavourable effects on health have been proven to be brought on by them.

The French government has welcomed the resolve by Apple to upgrade iPhone 12 software which was released in 2020.

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