Raspberry Pi 🍇 has recently launched their Model 🅱 Pi 3⃣. The tiny computer💻 will be the first to feature built-in wireless📶 networking. Previous models had wired Ethernet, USB Wi-Fi adapters or Ethernet-to-wireless devices. Raspberry Pi🍇 has submitted documents of lab results to the FCC, US🇺🇸 communications authority. The new hardware complies with radio📡 standards and the device has been approved✅ for use. Raspberry Pi designers have requested that diagrams, parts list etc. be withheld from the public👥. More details on the secret specs should be revealed next week. The Model 🅱 looks similar to 2015’s quad-core✳ 32-bit ARM Cortex-A7-based Raspberry Pi 2. It has a Broadcom system-on-chip, HDMI port, SD card slot💽, wired Ethernet socket, and 40 general-purpose IO pins.