Apple promises iPhone 12 update to address radiation row in France

Apple has promised to release an update to address the radiation row surrounding the iPhone 12 in France. The company said the update would reduce the radiation levels of the iPhone 12, which had been a concern for some people.

The French regulator, Autorité de Régulation des Communications Électroniques, des Postes et de la Distribution de la Presse (ARCEP), had investigated the radiation levels of the iPhone 12. The regulator found that the iPhone 12’s radiation levels were within European Union standards, but it said the company should release an update that would reduce the levels further.

Apple said the update would be available “in the coming weeks.” The company also said it would launch a website to provide more information about the radiation levels of the iPhone 12.

The iPhone 12 radiation row is a major concern for Apple. The company has a strong market in France, and the row may have deterred some customers from buying the iPhone 12.

Apple has taken the radiation row seriously. The company said it is “committed to ensuring the safety of our customers.”

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