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    Default [1.1.3 OTB] SIM tray became slimmer - no room/space for TurboSIM and other clones

    Having been on the iPhone scene since the beginning, I got my hands on 2 new OOB US 1.1.3 16GB iPhones (production week 05)
    It is a fact that the space to insert the SIM became slimmer, so inserting your SIM in combination with TurboSIM or similar products became almost impossible ...
    Not that TurboSIM and others are working with 1.1.3, but for those having plans with JerrySIM in the future, this might become an issue



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    Quote Originally Posted by patvg View Post
    Having been on the iPhone scene since the beginning, I got my hands on 2 new OOB US 1.1.3 16GB iPhones (production week 05)
    It is a fact that the space to insert the SIM became slimmer, so inserting your SIM in combination with TurboSIM or similar products became almost impossible ...
    Not that TurboSIM and others are working with 1.1.3, but for those having plans with JerrySIM in the future, this might become an issue
    We have just 'done' two 8GB week 03 and two 16GB week 05 iPhones, and can confirm that Bladox TurboSIMs and the Taiwanese Turbo-SIM clones both work on 1.1.3

    As for the 'space' problem - it is of no concern if you insert the combined SIMs and SIM Tray correctly. Slip the piggy-back SIM device down a little, while starting to insert the combined items in to the iPhone. So that the piggy-back SIM enters the iPhone first. Then lower the rest of the items while slipping the piggy-back SIM 'up' a little so that the black chip (the EEPROM) slips/clicks back into the correct place (the cut-out in the SIM).

    The width of the SIM space has been slimmer since about week 48 year 07, and is not a new concern.

    Turbo-SIM Australia

 

 

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