FCC leaks Apple's request for iPhone confidentiality
Perhaps Apple should have sent the FCC a request of confidentiality for their request for confidentiality on the iPhone. Engadget has found a copy of Apple's request to the FCC to keep the iPhone under wraps. Whether or not they will (or can) keep Apple's big play into mobile phones quiet remains to be seen, but Engadget quickly speculates at the possibility of slip-ups like this, as well as quick-to-rip off competition from Asian manufacturers, sparking an early release from Apple.
Could June 15th easily become March, April or May 15th? Only time can tell. For now, however, it looks like the FCC might be our best bet for more leaky iPhone bits.
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