iPhone XR Not Yet Authorized BY FCC
Apple released its all three new iPhone this year at its big event held at Cupertino, California. During the event, Apple launched its all iPhone XS with 5.8 inches, iPhone XS Max with 6.5 inches and iPhone XR with 6.1 inches. Among the three iPhones two are OLED featured device but where iPhone XR features an LCD display, which the company named to be the cheaper.
iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max start with the price tag $999 and $1,099 respectively. And its cheaper iPhone XR with the rate of $749. Eventually, after the launch, both the OLED devices were open for pre-order starting from September 14 and also have started to begin shipping but in case of iPhone XR, the device was given much later released date. The company said that iPhone XR release date will be on October 28 with pre-orders starting from October 19.
Apples official website stated this iPhone XR has not been authorized as required by the rules of the Federal Communications Commission. iPhone XR is not, and may not be, offered for sale or lease, or sold or leased until authorization is obtained at the bottom of iPhone XRs official page.
The website clearly states that the distribution or selling of its iPhone XR cannot be done less it gets an FCC approval.
According to reports reason for the delay on FCC approval could be because of the Liquid Retina LCD display. And the device is said to have unwanted light beaming out of its LCD display around the notch.
At the event, Tim Cook, CEO of Apple emphasize their desire to make their phone more accessible to people. For which they launched the cheaper iPhone XR, which was mainly focused on budget-friendly and yet providing all its exciting features to customers.
iPhone XR does not differ much from iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max. iPhone XR has the A12 Bionic processor with FaceID, 6.1 LCD display and single camera unlike the other two iPhones. iPhone XR comes with different back colour.