The Chicago Tribune spent approximately a year investigating the radiofrequency radiation emitted by cellphones. They stuck an iPhone 7, among other phones, into liquid that mimics human tissue, and found that the radiation measurement inside the tissue was well above the legal limit and twice what was reported to regulators. Apple disputes the results, saying it tests its products differently.

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