It took almost nothing: launched by Apple last Wednesday – with pre-sales starting in more than 40 countries last Friday – the new iPhone SE has already been approved by National Telecommunications Agency.
As expected, the approved model was the A2296, sold by Apple in several European and Asian countries – as has been happening in recent releases, the American model (A2275) is different and does not have support for the band 28 (700MHz APT).
Here’s the Technical Compliance Certificate of the device:
Along with the iPhone SE, Anatel also approved four batteries that are used by Apple in the device.
As always, with the approval, the land is now prepared for Apple to launch its newest product in Brazil – now, everything depends only on the company’s strategy.