“For conspiracy theorists, looks like it's time to head back to chemtrail forums and hating on fluoride, because 5G is no better or worse than the other frequencies used, according to tests from Telstra.”
This seems to be in line with information available including the last blog post “5G: Upgrade or Uncertainty?”
ZDNET article can be found here.
There has been a great deal of discussion about whether 5G is dangerous or not. I am not an expert on the subject but I trust the article from Skeptoid to be factual and reasonable.
The conclusion from the linked article is that it is not dangerous.
Source is Skeptoid Article found here
The message from this is that always make sure you have a recent backup and that iCloud syncing is enabled for everything you need on the phone. I realise that storage beyond the 5 GB costs money but it is well worth it, especially if you have an issue such as this. This will eliminate the story you hear every now and then where someone says they lost all their contacts, appointments, messages etc.
The article covers some areas but may not work for everyone (it didn't for me and in my case suggesting to the user to get a screen replacement was probably the only real option).
Read: Enter Passcode on a Broken iPhone Screen
Charudatta Galande provided an answer on quora.com to this question.
Read his response at: QUORA.COM
In one case, the app sent an entire photo gallery to a contact in the middle of the night. This could be incredibly embarrassing for some.
Article source from ITNEWS: Samsung Glitch
Every time Apple introduces something new, no matter how innovative, the detractors try to find something wrong and if they cannot do it, then they make it up.
On Medium they published an article that shows that since the iPhone X was introduced, others have copied the design, despite being critical of it in the first place.