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iPhone XR gets go-ahead for October launch

iPhone XR packs the same internal structure as iPhone XS.
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iPhone XR has been cleared for takeoff of FCC.

Apple 's budget – friendly phone was officially approved by the FCC this morning and the company was able to proceed with plans to launch an order for iPhone XR on October 19th.

The document published today by the FCC shows the stringent test results that the iPhone XR must pass to get approval. Apple originally submitted the document on September 6, 2018. Apple is a couple of days before Apple announces the 2018 iPhone lineup.

Launch iPhone XR

Normally, Apple kept the document secret to the FCC and asked not to access photos of test equipment early before publication. Now that iPhone XR has been approved, Apple can remove fine prints from its website.

"The iPhone XR is not licensed as required by Federal Communications Commission rules, iPhone XR will not be sold or leased, or sold or leased until approval is obtained.

The iPhone XR will be sold on the Apple Store on October 26. Apple packed iPhone XR with the same internal structure as iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max. There is one camera lens on the back instead of just two. It also has an LCD display instead of an OLED screen, but it comes with more color options and costs only $ 749.

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