According to the findings of Alfar, the French radiation monitoring agency, Apple’s radiation is higher than the European Union set. France has come forward with a proposal to Apple to stop the sale of iPhone 12 in the country after the radiation limit was raised. Apple has issued a software update to the French authorities’ iPhone 12 to fix the problem.
There were fears that France’s finding that the iPhone 12 had a high Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) could lead to a ban on the iPhone 12 in Europe. There were reports that Germany and Belgium are also embarking on the same move. Spain’s OCU consumer group also came forward demanding a ban on the sale of the iPhone 12.France has threatened to recall the product if Apple refuses to update the software. However, Reuters has received a notification from the French Digital Ministry that they are reviewing the update provided as a solution to the radiation problem.