An unnamed new Bluetooth-equipped Apple product, dubbed the Apple Magic TrackPad, first submitted to the Federal Communications Commission for review last October, has apparently been granted regulatory approval this week, according to “engadget” (http://macosg.me/2/k5).
Apparently a Bluetooth trackpad, the device’s model number is A1339 is the culprit here. It’s described as a “Bluetooth Device” used in conjunction with a MacBook without any associated filings for WiFi or WWAN networks.
Apple applied for ownership of the Magic Trackpad trademark in February, notes “CNET” (http://reviews.cnet.com/8301-13727_7-20010949-263.html). “Engadget” also claims the device would allow for handwriting recognition as well as “every feature you can find on a Magic Mouse (and possibly features of a MacBook Pro trackpad).”