Obviously, eliminating the problems with implementation of collection in the iPhone display XR, which became known immediately after the presentation, Apple finally received permission from the Federal communications Commission on sales of the device. About this MacRumors reports with reference to the official website of the us regulator. The lack of approval by the appropriate approval means that the device presents a potential danger to consumers, and its use is fraught with negative consequences.
Despite obtaining approval for the implementation of XR iPhone, page Apple’s website still includes a reminder that the smartphone is still not approved for sale throughout the United States and, therefore, the date of its appearance in retail is the approximate and not binding the manufacturer.
“iPhone XR has not been approved in accordance with the rules of the Federal communications Commission [US]. This means that the iPhone XR may not be offered for sale or leased prior to receiving official approval,” reads the American section of the Apple website.
When will begin selling the iPhone XR
iPhone XR was presented on 12 September at one event together with the iPhone XS and XS Max. Unlike the other two smartphones, which went on sale September 21, Apple has postponed sales of the iPhone XR for almost a month, promising to begin accepting pre-orders for it only on October 19. According to some, the delay associated with the intention of the manufacturer to avoid competition between models and not to lose profit. On the other, the manufacturer has experienced interruptions in the supply of LCD displays, many of which did not meet the requirements.
iPhone XR — difference from the iPhone XS
iPhone XR is equipped with a Bionic A12 processor, 3 GB of RAM and 64, 128 or 256 GB of internal memory. Being the successor of iPhone 8, XR is equipped with a single camera module, which supports portrait mode shooting, as well as LCD display which does not recognize the enhanced depression because of the lack of the corresponding module. Instead, as it turned out, Apple has implemented a software interface Haptic Touch, simulating the 3D Touch gestures.