Serious Warning Issued For Millions Of New iPhone 12 Users

Apple’s iPhone 12 range is a sales hit, with millions now carrying one around with them. Unfortunately for those new owners, a serious new health warning around these phones has been raised. 

MORE FROM FORBESApple Confirms iPhone 12 Range Can Interfere With Pacemakers

Following confirmation from Apple last month that the new MagSafe magnets in the iPhone 12 range have the potential to interfere with implanted pacemakers and defibrillators, a new medical study has delivered a much more worrying update. 

In an official press release, Henry Ford Heart and Vascular Institute cardiologist Gurjit Singh has revealed tests with the iPhone 12 discovered it can consistently stop defibrillators from working “in a way that could potentially be lethal.”

“When we brought the iPhone 12 close to the patient’s chest the defibrillator was

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How online shoppers have lost millions to fraud during the pandemic: ‘You have enormous vulnerability’

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Make online shopping a safe experience for the whole family. (Photo: Getty Images)
Make online shopping a safe experience for the whole family. (Photo: Getty Images)

It’s another Saturday afternoon during the global pandemic, and you’re back on Amazon, filling your cart with household items and groceries. You haven’t been able to make your typical Target and Walmart runs lately, so you’re stocking up virtually instead.

Online shopping: everyone does it so it’s pretty harmless, right? Well, not always. Fraud is a possibility any time you shop online, according to Experian. And during a worldwide pandemic or even the holiday season, you’re especially vulnerable to hackers, phishers, and identity thieves. Covid-related fraud has already robbed a cumulative $13.4 million from unsuspecting Americans, according to the Federal Trade Commission

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Online shoppers have lost millions to fraud during lockdown

Yahoo Life is committed to finding you the best products at the best prices. We may receive a share from purchases made via links on this page. Pricing and availability are subject to change.

Make online shopping a safe experience for the whole family. (Photo: Getty Images)
Make online shopping a safe experience for the whole family. (Photo: Getty Images)

It’s another Saturday afternoon during lockdown, and you’re back on Amazon, filling your cart with household items and groceries. You haven’t been able to make your typical Target and Walmart runs lately, so you’re stocking up virtually instead.

Online shopping: everyone does it so it’s pretty harmless, right? Well, not always. Fraud is a possibility any time you shop online, according to Experian. And during a worldwide pandemic or even the holiday season, you’re especially vulnerable to hackers, phishers, and identity thieves. Covid-related fraud has already robbed a cumulative $13.4 million from unsuspecting Americans, according to the Federal Trade Commission.

That’s

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