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SIM removal- More Complicated Than Expected?

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Does removing the micro SIM card involve more than just sticking a paper clip in the hole?

When I do so, the paper clip seems to just hit a metal wall. Am I doing something wrong?

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The SIM card eject hole on the iPhone 4 is significantly harder to press in using a paper clip than the previous model. Just use a bit more force; it'll open no problem.

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Thank you, being a little more forceful with the pin did it!

My phone showed no sim, I removed the sim and re inserted it and now it works fine!

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According to what I can find on this it should remove the same way as the prior iPhones sim card. A paper clip should be a decent substitute for the sim card removal tool that came with the iPhone.

The following article is from Apples knowledge base and has a guide as to how to remove a sim card.

http://support.apple.com/kb/ht1438

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