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They forget to mention this on those iPhone billboards
Old 08-29-2016   #1
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They forget to mention this on those iPhone billboards

Hey, that giant, digitally manipulated image of a cat may have been shot by Joe P. on his iPhone, but at least my Nikkormat won't give me a brain tumour!

Screen cap from my iphone, buried deep in the settings..

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On my recent trip to France, I noticed Apple billboards there do mention the actual measured EMF values at the bottom.
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No, your Nikkormat might not give you a brain tumor, but what about the newer digicams and their wireless link-up? So this isn't just about iPhone bashing, then, is it?

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Besides, how often do you sit with your Nikkormat jammed to your ear? And what good would it do you? ;-)

... and when you check the iPhone's SAR values on the website link, they're well under the limits imposed by law.

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