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17
May

Here It Comes… iPhone Gets (Government) Official

author alang

Today, Apple received the ever-sought-after government go-ahead from the FCC for the iPhone. The test which was conducted on February 6th concluded saying:

“The Apple Inc. A1203 GSM Cellular Telephone with Bluetooth and Wifi, FCC ID: BCGA1203, is in compliance with the limits for general population uncontrolled exposure specified in FCC 2.1093. The device was tested according to the measurement standards and procedures specified in FCC OET Bulletin 65, Supplement C (Edition 01-01) and IEEE p1528/D1.2, April 21, 2003.”

Now, of course there were some things omitted from the report citing “short-term confidentiality” as the reasoning behind that.

Well, I think we’ve all been watching for this. June is almost here. Here it comes…


4 Comments »

Comment by William on 2007-05-17 22:39:45

The iPhone’s over-priced. There are equal, cheaper and more extensible (flash memory stick addons) options already available that act just like the iPhone (and by “act just like it” I mean just that, no keypad, everything’s on screen, you have IMs, email, the web, etc at the exact same speed or faster).

 
Comment by Anonymous on 2007-05-18 13:55:38

Who may I contact regarding news? I have some important information to share.

 
Comment by Davo on 2007-05-20 09:54:51

@WILLIAM

There are also MP3 players that are equal, cheaper and more powerful than the iPod. But they have all had their asses kicked. What you do not understand is that it is all about marketing and the ‘cool’ factor. Apple products are cool. Always have been. That’s what matters. iPhone will be massive because of that. Watch how many hundreds of thousands they sell in the first month…

 
Comment by josmith on 2007-05-20 21:46:55

@William

Apple products also have a better design and better quality. They also give good service to the products.

In the future, iPhone will become cheaper.

 
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