"iPhone" FCC confidentiality doc a hoax

"iPhone" FCC confidentiality doc a hoax

Summary: Yesterday I posted a document that was discovered by LoopRumors purporting to be an Apple request to the FCC for confidentiality regarding their filings about iPhone. Sorry to burst your bubble folks, but Engadget has blown a hole in the story and it turns out to be a hoax.

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Yesterday I posted a document that was discovered by LoopRumors purporting to be an Apple request to the FCC for confidentiality regarding their filings about iPhone. Sorry to burst your bubble folks, but Engadget has blown a hole in the story and it turns out to be a hoax.

The document itself is real, but it has nothing to do with iPhone. The document is, in fact, related to the new Apple Airport Extreme base station announced at Macworld Expo in January.

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  • The Apple software they need to put on iPhone

    A piece of Apple software that Apple really needs to put on the iPhone is
    versions of some of the stuff they had on their Newton PDA, particularly the
    organizer/notes features. The Newton Notes application had a terrific
    collapsible, hierarchical, checklist outliner. Nothing could be better,
    especially on a small screen, for organizing thoughts, priorities, sub-tasks,
    etc. You can see screenshots and a description at Wikipedia:
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Apple_Newton#Notes
    jayk_z