Saturday, February 10, 2007 at 12:18 AM | Posted by kazouz
Earlier this week, we published an article that showed an image of a letter from Apple to the FCC. To all of our checks, it showed a legitimate letter of what appeared to be Apple asking for confidentiality regarding the iPhone.
With further investigation, we found the source of the document is a letter on the FCC’s website pertaining to Apple’s Airport. The letter shows the [previously deleted] FCC ID is BCGA1143 and the actual date is January 15, 2007, not June 15th.
While an application such as Photoshop is a powerful tool, used for great things, it can also be misused. This unfortunately, was one of those times.