Apple's upcoming iPhone X phone today is authorized by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), which means that the device has passed all the necessary tests and is allowed to sell.
Since the advent of the iPhone X, Apple's iPhone X product page contains the following additional instructions, pointing out that the iPhone X has not yet been authorized by the FCC:
iPhone X has not yet been authorized by the Federal Communications Commission. This equipment is not used and shall not be used for sale or rental, and no person may purchase or lease it until the relevant authorization is made.
All radio transmission equipment must be authorized by the Federal Communications Commission to be legally sold in the United States, including all iPhone. The Federal Communications Commission's program is designed to ensure that the US RF equipment "operates effectively" without causing harmful interference, will not reach the limits of human radiofrequency exposure, and comply with other provisions of the Federal Communications Commission.
At present, there are already three iPhone X models have been authorized by the Federal Communications Commission, so Apple can now remove the iPhone X page, an unauthorized addition to the instructions. Although the iPhone X has been authorized by the Federal Communications Commission, but also from the equipment to open the pre-order time there are three weeks. Apple has announced that the iPhone X will begin on October 27 pre-order, and on November 3 on sale.
According to previous reports, the supply of the iPhone X is expected to be severely constrained by the production of the TrueDepth camera system for face recognition, so in the remainder of 2017 and the first few months of 2018, the consumer may It is difficult to buy iPhone X this device.