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iphonenut

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May 17, 2007
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Hi all...i'm new to the board and like everyone here I'm pretty excited about the iPhone!

I just found this link to all the documents and data relating to the iPhone's approval.

It's a lot of raw data and boring stuff. Unfortunately no pictures as Apple has requested confidentiality.

It's good to know that we're one step closer to the big day..

Enjoy.

http://gullfoss2.fcc.gov/oetcf/eas/...ame=N&application_id=268052&fcc_id='BCGA1203'
 

joe

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May 5, 2007
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Does that mean Apple will remove the FCC message from the bottom of the iPhone site? That still being there makes me nervous. :eek:
 

wjp09

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Feb 25, 2007
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I think once they have that removed "competitors" could check out the iPhones details and Apple does not want that.
 

gsxr370

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Just saw this on etrade---

SAN FRANCISCO (MarketWatch) -- Apple Inc. said Thursday that U.S. regulators have cleared the way for Apple to begin selling its iPhone cell phone in the U.S. next month.

The Federal Communications Commission signaled its approval with a posting on its Web site early Thursday, which sent Apple (AAPL) shares up 2% to $109.44

The iPhone is Apple's boldest attempt to conquer new technology markets since the company launched the original iPod in October 2001.

The phone, which will cost $500 and be available initially to only AT&T Wireless customers, signifies how strongly Apple believes it needs to diversify from its core Macintosh computer line and turn itself into an all-inclusive media-device company.

Apple unveiled the iPhone in early January. The new touch-screen phone will be able to play music, surf the Internet and take pictures, among other functions.

"Apple is going to reinvent the phone," Jobs said on Jan. 9, after unveiling the phone during a keynote speech at Macworld, an apple-focused trade show in San Francisco. "After today, nobody is going to look at these [other mobile phones] the same way again."

The iPhone uses a new technology called multitouch to do away with the traditional keyboard found on most phones or personal digital assistants, and replaces it with a screen upon which "buttons" will appear for different functions such as its built-in iPod, phone and Web surfing.

It will also have a 3.5-inch diagonal screen and be 11.6 millimeters thick. Apple said that the phone will have a 2-megapixel camera, instant text-messaging capacity, iTunes sync and a visual voice-mail system, which will allow users to read a list of people who called.

Several iPhone accessories will also be available in June, including Apple's new, remarkably compact Bluetooth headset.
 

Macster

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Feb 21, 2007
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Yes indeedy it do!

Does that mean Apple will remove the FCC message from the bottom of the iPhone site? That still being there makes me nervous. :eek:

I just looked at Apple website (dreaming again!) and the "unapproved by FCC" disclaimer is now gone.