Posts Tagged ‘FCC’

Apple has received FCC approval for a pair of new wireless earbuds that have yet to be announced. Carrying model number A2015 and described as “Power Beats Wireless,” it’s likely these are the Powerbeats4 earbuds that we’ve been expecting.

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Apple will make the iPhone XR available for pre-order next month, and the device took another step towards being released with the news that the FCC has today given Apple approval to sell it.

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FCC has voted against the Net Neutrality rules of 2015 put in place by the Obama administration. Here are the details.

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Apple has, for the third time, submitted an unnamed “Wireless Device” to the FCC. The U.S. government agency regulates communications, and Apple needs its sign-off before moving forward with the release of new products.

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The White House has announced that President Obama has signed the E-Label Act which will now allow all electronics manufacturers to place digital stamps of certification labels on their devices as required by the FCC, instead of the usual physical etching on the product itself.

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Any mobile gadget looking to attain FCC certification must, at this moment in time, have certain details branded onto the product itself, stating that said device has indeed been approved. However, the agency has today relaxed these rules somewhat, and mobile devices, including the Apple iPhone, may no longer need these details to be etched onto each and every unit as standard.

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