Have you noticed that wherever you place your iPhone, a strange buzzing sound emits from any device with a speaker? The obvious conclusion is that Apple’s ubiquitous device is secretly locating "weaker" electronic devices and assimilating them wirelessly into the global Apple conglomerate of grid enabled hardware. Another is that perhaps the devices are emitting an abnormal amount of RF energy directly into your skull, irradiating your brain and instigating an accelerated gene mutation for Apple’s next product – the grid enabled iHuman.
Alas, none of the aforementioned scenarios are entirely accurate. Some enterprising technophiles investigated the RF interference from the iPhone and came to the less obvious, though more likely, conclusion. Yes, iPhones (and other GSM devices) produce more output RF than other devices, but these devices all still comply with FCC output regulations. It is, in fact, your "cheaper" electronic purchases that are not electronically shielded (as per Part 15 of the FCC rules) and thus are the source of spurious emissions. Such interference is well known by radio hobbyists, who must deal with not only reducing interference with their reception but comply with FCC rules on their transmissions as well.
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