.US President Barack Obama has officially signed the E label act, which means that manufacturers can begin displaying things like FCC symbols, ID numbers, and other labeling within software instead of physically printing this information onto the hardware itself.This comes a great news for tech lovers and consumers who loved their smart phones and gadgets but hated their “tattooed” bodies on the hardware,and back covers.
However Us citizens are the only ones who will enjoy this privilege and advantage,while other citizens for example in Kenya or Europe will have to hold on to their “beautiful crafted tattooed devices for a bit longer”.The legislation was originally proposed by U.S. Senators Deb Fischer (R-Neb.) and Jay Rockefeller (D-W.Va.) earlier this year. The senators argued that the changes would allow manufacturers to save money and pass savings onto consumers. While I highly doubt consumers will see significant savings — if any at all — because of this, for manufacturers, it’s one less thing to worry about. If anything, companies making smart watches and other wearable devices will certainly appreciate having fewer icons to squeeze onto them.
Manufacturers and mobile phone developers will have to use and intergrate displaying things like FCC symbols, ID numbers, and other labeling within software instead of physically printing this information onto the hardware itself.