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The next generation iPhone will lose FCC marking on the back cover
At each of smartphones and tablets discharged US manufacturers, bear the marking of the certificate by the Federal Communications Commission (Federal Communications Commission, FCC). Before the start of sales of the company must obtain a special permit and apply the appropriate logo (FC) to the device. However, it is likely that the next generation of Apple’s smartphone this marking will be gone. US President Barack Obama today signed the official put the bill E-Label Act, manufacturers can eliminate the need to put a sign FCC.
Owners of the iPhone and iPad are visible on the back in addition to the manufacturer’s logo, name, device model, and the inscription «Designed by Apple in California Assembled in China» FCC marked with a unique identifier gadget. The US president signed a law that removes the obligation to apply the relevant manufacturers inscriptions on mobile devices. The certification itself within the FCC will continue, but on the body marking will be gone. FCC ID can be found in the system information from the operating system settings.
It is assumed that the elimination of physical symbols on the case the iPhone and iPad will reduce the final cost of gadgets. At the same time marking CE, meaning that the product complies with the essential requirements of EU directives and standards of the European Union, will remain.
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