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iPhone 4 gets regulatory okay in South Korea

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By Charles Starrett

Contributing Editor
Published: Tuesday, August 3, 2010
News Categories: iPhone

Apple has received regulatory approval for the iPhone 4 in South Korea, the country’s Communications Commission said today. Bloomberg reports that the regulator said it granted a certification after reading documents sent by Apple, which included testing conducted locally. Surprisingly, the Commission said Apple filed its application on July 29, just one day before the company had originally planned to launch the device in South Korea. According to a spokesman for iPhone carrier KT, Apple plans to begin sales of the iPhone 4 in Korea within two months.

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