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Am I sensetive to the iPhone screen?


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For some reason, my body feels strange whenever I'm using my iPhone (tested in airport mode). For example, my leg will start feeling sore when my iPhone is in my pocket, and I will feel lightheaded while using it. I think it has to be something to do with the screen, but I'm not really sure.

Does anyone know the details of how the screen works, and how it might cause my leg to hurt?
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Nope, I don't think that your phone is making your leg hurt. If there were anything in there that could cause you pain it wouldn't be being sold around the world.

But if in doubt, sell it, they're going for loads atm.
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Your not the first person I've heard complain about the leg problem, I have no idea what it would be though. Very odd, I haven't experienced anything like this with my iPhone, but maybe its just a matter of time. Hope you figure this out and feel better :X
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Here is the other thread on the topic...

iPhone radiation hurting my leg?
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Uhhhhh. I would see a Dr. and by Dr. I mean therapist.
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Uhhhhh. I would see a Dr. and by Dr. I mean therapist.
I was just thinking that myself. I suppose it could be a reaction to something inside the phone itself though.


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Uhhhhh. I would see a Dr. and by Dr. I mean therapist.
Agreed. What's with these people??? (Zune users maybe)

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