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iPhone headset sees last-minute FCC nod

updated 03:50 pm EDT, Fri June 15, 2007

iPhone Headset FCC Filing

Apple's first Bluetooth headset has been approved just two weeks before its parent iPhone's launch, according to a new FCC filing made public today. The document confirms that the 2.4GHz device won't cause significant interference and can be legally sold in the country. No new information accompanies the text, though the device shown briefly at Macworld in January is known to have an extremely simplified, one-button control for accepting incoming calls.

Its release date is unknown but may not necessarily accompany the launch of the phone on June 29th, as companies often wait for FCC clearance before ramping production to avoid complications. [via AppleInsider]



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  1. cblackmo

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    a white one

    So elegant! Now imagine this headset in glossy white too - or even in iPod's neon colors. I bet the headset alone would prompt people to want an iPhone

  1. designr

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    What they need is...

    2 bluetooth headsets, one with the mic boom and one without for wireless stereo.

    A bluetooth car-kit that turns the car stereo into a player/ hands-free phone.

    To hire me.... LOL

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