Apple iPhone FCC’d

May 17th, 2007 | By | Category: Digital Music, iPods & Portable Media Players

Apple iPhoneApple Inc.¬†has received the official go-ahead on the iPhone, its first mobile handset,¬†from the Federal Communications Commission. The innovative phone promises to combine cell phone capabilities with the iPod’s media power and cutting-edge mobile Internet features.

In an SAR Test Report conducted on February 6th, 2007, FCC Test Lab Manager Lothar Schmidt wrote the following:

“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.”

Per Apple’s request, the test report omitted the following for “short term” confidentiality reasons: Test Setup Photos, External Photographs, Internal Photographs, and the iPhone User Manual. Permanent confidentiality omissions included the iPhone’s Block Diagram, Operational Description, Radio Schematic, Radio Bill of Material, Radio Tune-up Procedure, and Exhibit notes.

The iPhone is scheduled for release in late June.

via Apple Insider

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