A picture of a plastic plate SIM-card usual nano-SIM, made allegedly for Apple new technology iPhone 5 seemed on-line. In line with the German website online iFun, this "Sim" is a subsidiary of the T-Mobile operator.

This is yet another confirmation of rumors that the new iPhone will support an ultra option SIM-cards, known as nano-SIM. Earlier BGR reported, citing informed sources, a French website Nowhere Else published photographs corresponding paper tray iPhone 5.

"Dear partners, 

you will receive today a new generation of  SIM cards  for the latest generation of smartphones that come in the near future on the market. Sort your SIM card please first not in their cards in hand and give it not out to customers. We will inform you shortly about how to proceed."- said in an official letter from Dutch Telecom.


In July, it was reported that the European cellular providers bought the first batch nano-SIM on the eve of the release of the new iPhone. Hardly any of them would start to execute large orders (as it was reported that due to the millions of pieces), using unverified information. Most likely, the nano-SIM adapters were made available for testing European operators, like their American counterparts.

Ultra-compact version of the "sim" 4FF provides further reduction in the size SIM-cards to maximize interior space of mobile devices. In contrast to the micro-SIM, which can be obtained by cutting off the excess plastic with the usual SIM-card, thinner nano-SIM with a pad manufactured in this way is impossible.

According to rumors, the announcement of the next generation iPhone will be held on September 12, while sales in the U.S. and other countries of the "first wave" will start on September 21. It is assumed that the device will be markedly different from the previous m
odels: the device will get a new design, increased in size, and the display will support network LTE.


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