Apple tells FCC: There’s more to the iPhone than we’ve told the public

Invisible Shield for Apple iPhone 4!“Apple tells that FCC that there’s more to the iPhone than the public knows and wants them to commit to a 45 day short term confidentiality that will freeze internal photos of the iPhone 4,” Jack Purcher reports for Patently Apple. “What could Apple be holding back?”

Purcher reports, “Note this specific Apple statement below: ‘Although Apple has begun to market the device publicly, these documents reveal technical and design information that has not been publically disclosed in such marketing and that is protected by Apple as confidential and proprietary secrets.'”

Full article, with Apple’s letter to the FCC, here.

77 Comments

  1. Seriously MDN? That’s standard operating procedure for cell phones. Apple did the same with previous iPhone releases. In no way is it indicative of some mysterious features.

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