The Apple iPhone 14 Pro has been tested by the FCC for its Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) levels, which measure the amount of radio frequency energy absorbed by the body when using the device. The SAR levels for the iPhone 14 Pro are as follows: Head SAR: 1.15 W/kg (Ranked #63 out of all tested devices, at 71.88% of the legal limit), Body SAR: 1.15 W/kg (Ranked #62 out of all tested devices, at 71.88% of the legal limit), Hotspot/Airplay SAR: 1.15 W/kg (Ranked #45 out of all tested devices, at 71.88% of the legal limit). Additionally, the simultaneous transmission SAR levels (when the device is transmitting cellular and Wi-Fi signals at the same time) are: Simultaneous Head SAR: 1.46 W/kg (Ranked #49 out of all tested devices, at 91.25% of the legal limit), Simultaneous Body SAR: 1.50 W/kg (Ranked #43 out of all tested devices, at 93.75% of the legal limit), Simultaneous Hotspot SAR: 1.57 W/kg (Ranked #52 out of all tested devices, at 98.13% of the legal limit).
The legal limit for SAR levels in the US is 1.6 W/kg. These levels are considered safe by the FCC, but it’s important to consider the proximity of the device to our bodies, specifically when stored in our pockets. Keeping a cell phone in a pocket does not allow for the minimum separation distance allowed when SAR testing is done, potentially exposing users to higher levels of radiation.
To protect ourselves from the potential harm of cell phone radiation, it is recommended to use RF-safe cases like the QuantaCase™ RFS1 for the Apple iPhone 14 Pro. This case incorporates world-renowned RF Safe® Radiation Shielding Technology, which has been lab-tested to show that electromagnetic radiation, including 5G frequencies, is reflected by conductive shielding fabrics in the front cover. It also has a built-in RFID-blocking wallet and can turn into a phone viewing stand.
The QuantaCase™ RFS1 protects your phone from cracks, dings, and scratches, keeping it looking and performing like new. It also has an adjustable angle stand, allowing you to convert it into a stand for watching videos. To use the case, close the radiation shielding front flap after taking or making a phone call and speak as you usually would. The microphone and speaker are fully functional for private calls, but it is highly recommended to use the speaker phone option wherever possible. When storing in your pocket, face the front flap towards your body to deflect the most intense line of sight radiation away from your body.
In conclusion, the Apple iPhone 14 Pro has been tested and found to have SAR levels that fall within safe limits. However, it’s important to consider the proximity of the device to our bodies, specifically when stored in our pockets, and take steps to reduce exposure to radiation. Using RF-safe cases like the QuantaCase™ RFS1 for the Apple iPhone 14 Pro can help protect your health while still allowing you to use your device.
So, when they did the test on the iPhone 14 Pro, they found out that it gives off a certain amount of energy. That amount is called SAR (Specific Absorption Rate). The legal limit for SAR is 1.6 W/kg. This means that the phone can give off a maximum of 1.6 units of energy. The iPhone 14 Pro gave off 1.15 units of energy when it was close to our heads, which is 71.88% of the legal limit. That’s a really good thing, it means that it’s not too much energy and it’s safe for us.
They also did the test when the phone was close to our body and when we use internet on it, the result was the same 1.15 units of energy, which is 71.88% of the legal limit too.
They also did a test when we use the phone and the internet at the same time, this time the phone gave off a little bit more energy, 1.46 units of energy when it was close to our heads, which is 91.25% of the legal limit, and 1.50 units of energy when it was close to our body, which is 93.75% of the legal limit, and 1.57 units of energy when it was used as a hotspot or Airplay, which is 98.13% of the legal limit.
So, it’s still safe for us to use the phone, but it’s good to be careful and not hold it too close to our body. And, this phone is one of the safer phones out there, it ranks #63 out of all the phones that were tested for head SAR, #62 for body SAR and #45 for hotspot/Airplay SAR.
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