Some foreign netizens have unlocked the new gameplay of the iPhone 12, which is actually not very new, just using the magnetism on the back of the phone.
According to foreign media reports,
a netizen accidentally dropped his mobile phone on the beach once, of course, on his back. When he picked up the mobile phone, he accidentally discovered that there was a lot of iron sand on the back of the mobile phone, and it was very shaped obvious.
From the picture, the wireless charging ring and camera on the back are all magnetic.
In addition, the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) investigation of devices such as MagSafe and iPhone 12 believes that these devices pose a low risk to patients with cardiac pacemakers, but caution is recommended.
After Apple revised the wording of its iPhone 12 and MagSafe supporting documents to recommend careful use of these devices near pacemakers, the FDA issued its own guidelines. The agency has conducted its own tests and said that although it needs to be careful, the risk of problems is small.
Although the FDA focuses on mobile phones and smart watches, its views on increasing the use of magnets are not limited to these products. In addition to using magnets in various models of iPad, Apple is also studying to expand the use of magnets in protective cases and wearable Apple Watch straps.