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Apple details iPhone Xs / XR, Apple Watch Series 4

Just a few hours after the "Gathering Round" event at the Steve Jobs Theater has ended, Apple got a lot of products going through the FCC. Submission documents concern iPhone Xs, iPhone Xs Max, iPhone XR, and Apple Watch Series 4.

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The authorization request for the equipment was originally sent by Apple to the Federal Communications Commission on July 2, 2018, but today the filling was released when Apple requested confidentiality.

FCC's announced file does not display detailed images of today's Apple products, but it explains the technical aspects of iPhone Xs, iPhone Xs Max, iPhone XR, Apple Watch Series 4 in detail.

The model number in these documents for the new iPhone is the same as the model number that Apple submitted to the Eurasian database in July. The FCC seems to do a much better job by encompassing these things.

Interestingly, Apple does not seem to reveal model number of iPhone XR in each region yet. For example, A2107, A2106, A2105 are not yet on the Apple website, but they are based on the trends of iPhone XR models in different countries around the world.

Until now, FCC's submission documents contain interesting information on Apple's various products. For example, in FCC's submission in 2015, a detailed band of Power Watch that was used to maintain the fueling of the demo unit at a retail store is stated. Interestingly, Apple released the magnetic charge bracelet & # 39; again again this year's stuffing. In the initial report, Maximum RF output of iPhone Xs and iPhone Xs.

If you are intrigued, please see the full list of Apple's FCC filings.

For more information on iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max, please click here.

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