E-Label act signed into law by Obama, no more logos on your smartphone

President Obama signs E-Label act, which will see the logos on the back of your smartphone no longer etched there.

| Nov 28, 2014 at 12:34 am CST

President Obama has just signed the E-Label act into law today, which will see the logos on the back of our smartphones not required in the future.

E-Label act signed into law by Obama, no more logos on your smartphone | TweakTown.com

The labels will be replaced by software on the device itself, with the device that will benefit the most being the iPhone, which has logos splashed along the bottom of it. The E-Label law passed through the House unanimously, and then again through the Senate without an issue. Manufacturers can now remove the logos, which will also save them money.

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