Apple iPhone X Passes Through FCC Ahead of Launch, Check Out the Details

Good news for the Apple iPhone lovers! Apple recently made it to receive approval from the United States Federal Communications for its next big launch, iPhone X models. This clearly states that iPhone X has successfully taken and passed all the vital tests and is ready to go on sale.
The Apple’s iPhone X product pages contained the following footnote till now,
IPhone X has not been authorized as required by the rules of the Federal Communications Commission. This device is not, and may not be, offered for sale or lease, or sold or leased, until authorization is obtained.
Point to be noted, FCC’s approval is necessary for all the radio-transmitting devices to become eligible for being legally sold in the United States, including all the iPhones. FCC programs ensure that RF devices cause no harm to interference limits of human RF exposure and comply with other rules as laid by the FCC.
So far, 3 iPhone X models have been approved for going live on sale by the FCC, thus freeing the hands of Apple to remove the wording from the iPhone X’s site.
This approval was made just 3 weeks prior to the release and pre-orders of the device.
As a gentle reminder, the Apple iPhone X is scheduled to go on sale, i.e., pre-bookings are expected to start by Friday, October 27, before the official launch of the same.
The supplies are expected to be confined, as they were in iPhone 8 series, due to production issues with the True Depth camera used for facial recognition.
Coming down to the specs of this awestrucking product of Apple, iPhone X flaunts the OLED 5.8 inches display screen, with a resolution of 2436 x 1125 pixels. The device also boasts TrueTone dynamic white-balance adjustment.
The revolutionary change is the big omission of the home button! The physical button has been replaced by just a swipe up or a tap screen gesture.
The camera powers an f/1.8 aperture lens and a telephoto f/2.4 aperture lens, coupled with dual-lens 12 MP in the rear camera. The front camera shooter is designed for taking pictures in Portrait mode with 7 MP sensor.
The device is fueled by A11 Bionic Chip, 64-bit processor with new graphics unit, claiming to have 30% more speed and better performance.

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