Lawsuit Update: Apple Waives Right to Respond that it “breached state tort and consumer-fraud laws” in re iPhone Radiation Emissions

By B.N. Frank

Decades of research has already determined that exposure to electromagnetic fields (EMF) – including from cell phones, 5G and other sources of wireless radiation – is harmful to humans.  In fact, manufacturers are required to provide warnings about exposure with their products; however, some iPhones’ owners have alleged they were not adequately warned.

From Environmental Health Trust:

Law Street Media: Apple Waives Right to Respond to Cert. Petition in RF Radiation High Court Appeal

“Apple has decided not to file a responsive brief in the radiofrequency (RF) radiation case filed by iPhone users who claim that Apple breached state tort and consumer-fraud laws by misrepresenting and failing to disclose the amount of RF radiation emitted by its smartphones. The case arrived at the Supreme Court in November 2022, after the Ninth Circuit issued a published opinion finding the claims preempted.”

“The plaintiffs claimed that Apple iPhones did not comply with Federal Communications Commission (FCC) RF radiation emission standards and that the manufacturer failed to disclose the risks associated with overexposure.”

Read the full article here. 

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