Anatel approves Magic Mouse; availability of peripheral and new iMacs now depends on Apple

Anatel approves Magic Mouse; availability of peripheral and new iMacs now depends on Apple

The wait was longer than we anticipated, but the National Telecommunications Agency (Anatel) issued yesterday (12/22), finally, the approval certificate of the Magic Mouse document which prevented the launch of the product and the new iMacs in Brazilian lands. . The information was obtained exclusively by .

The model approved the A1296 and refers to a “Restricted Radiation Transceiver – Category II”. The need for the certificate is due to the fact that the mouse works via Bluetooth, operating in the frequency range from 2,400 MHz to 2,483.5 MHz.

Here is the certificate issued by Anatel:

Magic Mouse homologated at Anatel

Here, the certification sheet that will be in your manual:

Magic Mouse homologated at Anatel

The external photos published leave no doubt that we are talking about the Magic Mouse. See some of them:

Magic Mouse homologated at Anatel

Magic Mouse homologated at Anatel

Magic Mouse homologated at Anatel

The dimensions of the Magic Mouse make it impossible to affix Anatel's standard label, but that does not mean that the product will be without an identification. The solution found was this one:

Magic Mouse homologated at Anatel

Now, Apple's next step is really in the hands of making products available here. At the moment, the Magic Mouse remains unregistered at the Apple Online Store Brazil, and the iMac is listed as "Currently not available". Hopefully that will change soon.

On the Fnac portal, as some readers have warned us, iMacs are registered as in Apple, but the Magic Mouse is already there, too. It is interesting that its price (R $ 229) matches what we expect at the end of October, based on our own estimates.