Friday, July 06, 2007

Photos: Cracking open the iPhone | CNET

Photos: Cracking open the iPhone | CNET "Wait a minute. The iPhone doesn't support 3G. Why does our iPhone have a 3G SIM card? Is this a sign of things to come?

Credit: TechRepublic"

Nope. Sorry. Every SIM card they issue lately is a 3G sim card--even if you have a non-3G phone and/or live in an area without 3G coverage. My replacement Sony Ericsson w810i had a 3G sim card in it when it was sent to me, though I still had to use my previous sim card unless I wanted to call Cingular to have them activate the new sim card in place of the old one.

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