On Sunday, Israel’s Ministry of Communications said “intensive technical scrutiny” showed the iPad conformed with wireless standards after all.
“The scrutiny conducted by the Ministry technical team vis-à-vis Apple’s team, international laboratory and European counterparts confirmed that the device which could be operated in various standards will be operated in Israel in accordance to the local standards,” Yechiel Shabi, a spokesman for Israel’s Ministry of Communications, said in an online statement.
Approval for iPad imports was given on Friday, with imports allowed starting Sunday, the statement said, noting one person was allowed to bring one device into the country.
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