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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The SIM card in the iPhone is removable, but it's hidden. To remove the SIM card, you need a paper clip.
We are checking to see if this voids your iPhone warranty. If you are concerned that it might, please don't perform this task.
The iPhone's SIM card is located behind this door.
1. Locate the SIM Card Slot
The slot is located at the top of the iPhone, between the headphone jack and the power button.
The paper clip is a valuable tech tool.
2. Open the Slot
Take your paper clip and insert it into the little hole. Then firmly push down until the slot pops up.
3. Remove the SIM Card
The SIM card is in a cradle. You can pop the card out of the cradle.
To replace the SIM card, put the card back in the cradle. The cradle and card are notched in a way that forces you to replace the card on the proper side. Then just slide the card back into the iPhone.
Posted on Jan 22, 2009
This sounds like the earpiece has gone, you should be able to hear them if you put it on loud speaker or if you are using bluetooth. However as it is only 5 months old it is covered under warranty so my advice would be to take it back to where you bought it or contact apple direct. They will repair it for you however you will be without a phone for a number of weeks
Posted on May 28, 2009
Hi, I have the same problem, If you were considering a restore, don't bother, still same problem, a restart doesn't work, NOTHING WORKS to get my camera back!!
does anyone know something ELSE to try??
Posted on Aug 02, 2010
The structure/location of your house may cause signal interference. One of my former workplaces had almost no signal throughout their building.
An easy solution would be to set up wireless internet at your home and switch your phone to wi-fi while you are home. This would actually be faster than 3g internet.
Posted on Mar 22, 2011
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