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FCC approves the iPhone. Finally. May 20, 2007

Posted by reverseengineer in Announcements, iPhone, News.
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The Wall Street Journal reported Friday that the Federal Communications Commission of the United States has finally given approval to Apple’s iPhone, removing the last hurdle for its coming release in June.

The iPhone was granted the required FCC certification milestone late last week and is on track to sell next month, according to Apple spokeswoman Natalie Kerris. A lot of critics have cited this delayed FCC approval as a sign that all was not well, and that the iPhone would not be able to ship as scheduled, if at all. With the approval, pre-selling can begin, along all sorts of long-delayed (and unnecessary) marketing and selling campaigns.

It’s real, folks. It’s definitely coming. And on time, it seems.

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