Think you have been aware of the European carriers were stockpiling Nan-Sim cards in anticipation of the next-generation iPhone, will incoroprate the newly retified technology which enables thinner devices due to a 40 percent, the nano-SIM removes all needless plastic from the micro-SIM, saving those precious extra millimeters within a mobile device for more important hardware.
As a reminder following this initial report, Apple’s Nano SIM proposal was chosen last month by the European Telecommunications Standards Institute as the industry standard, following weeks of bickering between Apple on one side and Nokia, Motorola and Research In Motion on the other hand.
Now with that report, another has cropped up stating the new cards are currently being tested by mobile networks. BGR in regrads to the next iPhone, confirming NFC, 4G LTE and present production stage with a new application processor with 1GB of RAM, has once again provided the loop that the reckons carrier all over Europe are now testing the mini sized SIM card underway.
According to the newer report, Apple is supplying nano-SIMs with specially-suited adapters (as was the case with micro-SIM), which enables carrier partners to test and ensure the network runs smoothly on the new, smaller SIM before committing to implementing a nano-SIM tray on devices and as the being supplied to its carrier partners with Nano SIM adopters, so that they can test the cards on existing devices before the next-gen iPhone launches.
What Blogs Genius Report say about Nano-SIM card:
Multiple carrier sources have exclusively told BGR that Apple is supplying nano SIM adapters so its carrier partners can test how nano SIMs work on their networks in standard test devices before they are widely deployed when the new iPhone is introduced.
This includes AT&T.
The Cupertino outfit has received approval for the new smaller SIM, and with the “iPhone 5? rumored to be the thinnest to date, so Apple plans to introduce the new SIM with an unannounced device.
Keep you finger crossed for Apple adopting smaller SIM with the new iPhone (5) and one thing you missed off, consider the regular Micro Sim’s standard arrived with the iPhone 4, since been around five years. Swapping SIMs between devices with different size trays can be a major pain in the backside, in the future you might be using gum and siccors in order to get your SIM working properly on your device.
If it happens, then Apple’s iPhone will be the first consumer device to adopt the Nano SIM standard, just as the iPhone 4 popularized the Micro SIM card.