On June 22, FCC paperwork confirmed that Apple is making a mysterious new “Network Adapter” to run the iOS system, codenamed “A2657”.
According to Apple Insider, photographs of the gadget have appeared within the Taiwan NCC registration database, codenamed additionally “A2657”,The exterior is a compact darkish field about 4 inches lengthy and over an inch vast and excessive.
The gadget has buttons and an Ethernet port on one finish, and an Ethernet port and a white USB-C port on the opposite. The total size of the shell has a really seen seam.
The gadget is topped with the Apple brand, and “For development use only” and two QR codes, scan the code to display, the QR code data on the left is the same as the reference number below, and the right one is a string of characters “X-DC://0033K5ZYM6CSU”, which may be the HomeKit code.
IT House previously reported that FCC documents show that the network adapter has two Gigabit Ethernet ports, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and NFC antennas, plus a USB-C port. Interestingly, the FCC filing also shows,The accessory has 32GB of internal storage and 1.5GB of RAM. A second version of the same product featured a Lightning port instead of a USB-C port, and only had 1GB of RAM.
According to these documents, the adapter runs firmware “19F47”,This is an early construct of iOS 15.5.