Apple's Magic Trackpad/Magic Slate gets approved by FCC?
That Magic Trackpad/Magic Slate that we expected to be announced back at WWDC finally seems to have gotten the green light from the FCC and received approval. As Engadget points out, Apple generally keeps all of their device filings with the FCC locked down and with this filing being released there is great possibility we may see this new device hit the stores later this week.
This new Magic Trackpad/Magic Slate has long been rumored to be a large, flat surface with iPhone/iPad-like capacitive multitouch input to the Mac. Possibly supporting the full range of gestures that the iPhone and iPad currently support. If you look at page 45 of the FCC test report you will see the device is described as a "Bluetooth Trackpad". Something even more telling about the test report is the fact it was completed back in October of 2009.
Why would Apple be holding this device back on us for almost a year now?
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By Daryl Baxter