Alsup Orders Apple To Produce FCC IPhone Communications
Law360, San Francisco (July 16, 2020, 5:16 PM EDT) -- U.S. District Judge William Alsup on Thursday ordered Apple to hand over its Federal Communications Commission correspondence to consumers who allege iPhones emit dangerous levels of radiation, after asking Apple during a hearing if it was "afraid" the public would be "horrified" at the information.
Following Thursday's hearing, Judge Alsup said he would hold off on ruling on Apple Inc.'s motion for summary judgment and ordered the company to produce within seven days all communications between Apple and the FCC related to iPhone certifications, as well as all communications regarding an investigation by the Chicago Tribune into iPhone radiation levels.
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