Whilst (I'm not British, but I think the word "whilst" is so much more cool than "while") trawling through the FCC site just a little while ago, I found an illustration bundled in with a bunch of other documents that seem to request that the FCC grant a 45-day non-disclosure period to Apple for certain iPhone drawings and other documentation.
But there is one such drawing that did make it through. That'd be what is described as an Apple Bluetooth Headset. Of course that's for the - what was that again? Oh yes, the iPhone.
Caveat about these types of drawings: they are not meant to describe the device, but merely to point to the place on the device where the requisite FCC ID Location labeling will be placed.
But hey, guess what. In order to show where this labeling really ought to be, you kinda really need to display at least an illustration of the device to be labeled, no?