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[* black] Hey look, micro-SIM!In what can only be described as a work of genius, Apple has integrated the [link|http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Universal_Mobile_Telecommunications_System|UMTS], GPS, Wi-Fi, and bluetooth antennas into the stainless steel inner frame.
[* black] The dual purpose stainless steel inner frame/antenna assembly addresses possibly the two biggest flaws concerning previous iterations of the iPhone: continuous dropped calls and lack of reception.

[* black] Apple no longer includeshas gone a SIM removal tool withstep further and tuned the iPhone. However, we've discovered a paper clipphone to utilize whichever network band is a worthy, if slightly less elegant, substitutecongested or has the least interference for the best signal quality, regardless of the actual signal strength. Early reports suggest this feature, while buggy in its early stages, will greatly improve the reliability of AT&T's fragile network.
[* black] Hey look, micro-SIM!In what can only be described as a work of genius, Apple has integrated the [link|http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Universal_Mobile_Telecommunications_System|UMTS], GPS, Wi-Fi, and bluetooth antennas into the stainless steel inner frame.
[* black] The dual purpose stainless steel inner frame/antenna assembly addresses possibly the two biggest flaws concerning previous iterations of the iPhone: continuous dropped calls and lack of reception.

[* black] Apple no longer includeshas gone a SIM removal tool withstep further and tuned the iPhone. However, we've discovered a paper clipphone to utilize whichever network band is a worthy, if slightly less elegant, substitutecongested or has the least interference for the best signal quality, regardless of the actual signal strength. Early reports suggest this feature, while buggy in its early stages, will greatly improve the reliability of AT&T's fragile network.

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