Yes, you can be allergic to iPads

A child in America has been diagnosed as allergic to Apple’s first-gen iPad.

Areportin the American Journal of Paediatrics has suggested that the Nickel in the iPad caused an eleven-year-old to suffer persistent and severe rashes. It explained how dermatologists sought out Nickel around the child’s environment after discovering he was allergic.

The metal was detected in an iPad and once a cover was put on the tablet, the rashes receded.

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