Regulators O.K. Apple's Bluetooth headset for sale alongside iPhoneFederal regulators this week gave Apple Inc. the go-ahead to begin selling its seldom-mentioned Bluetooth headset alongside iPhone later this month.
Documents released Thursday by the Federal Communications Commission, which omit photographs and a user manual at the iPod maker's request, show the device to carry model number A1221 and FCC ID BCGA1221.
Apple has said little about the pen cap-like accessory since introducing it back in January alongside its first-ever mobile handset — iPhone. Similarly, it has not said how much it plans to charge for the device or precisely when it will be available.
The Cupertino-based company also announced a second iPhone accessory, a wired headset with built-in microphone, that it also plans market alongside iPhone.
Again, details surrounding pricing and availability of that product have not been made public.
Apple's iPhone Bluetooth headset as shown in FCC test reports.
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