Apple’s iPhone prototype codenamed “N94” has gained FCC ID “BCG-E2430A”, in the form of what has been dubbed the “iPhone 4S”, thanks to a file added in the latest iOS 5 Beta 7 released earlier this week.
The actual FCC filing is yet to show up in the equipment authorization database. MacRumors notes that Apple products typically don’t show up in the data FCC’s database until the same day the products are unveiled.
The discovery comes from a file named “RegulatoryInfo-N94AP@2x~iphone.png” showing the regulatory data for the N94 iPhone as viewed through Settings > General > About > Regulatory on the device.
According to the new file, the unreleased N94 iPhone has been assigned a Federal Communications Commission (FCC) ID of BCG-E2430A. This compares to the BCG-E2380A identifier on the GSM iPhone 4 and the BCG-E2422A identifier on the CDMA iPhone 4.
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