The long awaited new standard of SIM cards. Then, early last month’s decision: The European Telecommunications Standards Institute had approved the application by Apple for the nano-SIM. The road to the introduction of new standards for mobile 4FF is free. Apple’s application suggests that will come in due time, the smaller SIM cards for use, in all probability in the future iPhone generations, perhaps even the iPhone 5.
The prestigious Financial Times now reports that the first European network operator nano-SIM cards are ordered for the introduction of the new Apple smartphone. We expect eventually to the release of the iPhone 5 in October. For this reason, the provider will prevent the large crowds and have plenty of SIM cards in reserve, so that all customers can be served. If you believe the newspaper, we can already expect this year with the introduction of nano-SIM.
“Operators expect that the iPhone will feature the nano sim in a slimmed down design, according to two sources with knowledge of the situation, and have begun to store millions of the cards in warehouses in anticipation of high demand for Apple’s iPhone. Apple declined to comment, “
according to the paper.
In addition to the network operators such as the introduction of micro-SIM for iPhone 4 and iPad avoid a calamity happen. For this reason we want to adapt to the situation and be prepared, so we have ordered large quantities of SIM cards.
“Operators were caught off guard by the adoption of the micro sim for the iPhone 4 as well as the original iPad two years ago, with some struggling to meet demand with their own micro-Sims in the first week of sale …. One informed person said that the major networks were keen to be ahead of demand this time, however. He added that the iPhone 5 was likely to be similar sized as the iPhone 4 Although slimmer and with a fully metal body, “said” FT “section. With a smaller SIM card Apple wins place that can be used for example for a larger battery, or the iPhone 5 is narrower.