“The Korea Communications Commission, the country’s communications regulator, said Thursday that Apple Inc.’s iPad passed technical tests and fit with local technical standards,” Woo reports. “But it maintained its previous stance that the ruling applies only to iPads brought in for personal use, and that individuals won’t be allowed to enter the country with more than one iPad.”
“The regulator relayed the decision to the Customs Service so it took effect immediately,” Woo reports. “The ruling came just 10 days after South Korea’s techies bombarded Seoul with criticism for what were widely called ‘unfair’ restrictions on the device.”
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[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “El Guapo” for the heads up.]