From: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Liquidmetal#UsesLiquidmetal has also notably been used for making the SIM ejector tool of some iPhone 3Gs made by Apple Inc., shipped in the US. This was done by Apple as an exercise to test the viability of usage of the metal. They retain a scratch-free surface longer than competing materials, while still being made in complex shapes.
Actually most of the phones sold outside the us have the SIM card tool still. It is because the phones do not come pre loaded with sims. Their phones are unlocked and when they choose the carrier the sim gets shipped separate. No need for us to have SIM card tool since our phones come locked.No they don't. My iPhone 4S didn't, and neither did the iPhone 4. Don't spread misinformation.
It SHOULD come with the box. I guess there was a mistake when they're packaging your order. You can always use a paper clip, needle, the tip of the mechanical pencil.Hi, can we pick one up at the Apple store?
Dude wants the original Apple one. Which is bogus and ridiculous. The best that he gets is one off of ebay and that's as far as I am willing to go.It SHOULD come with the box. I guess there was a mistake when they're packaging your order. You can always use a paper clip, needle, the tip of the mechanical pencil.
Apple doesn't sell the sim card remover. Not sure if they're gonna give you one. I once went into an apple store in the airport, the person offered to give me a paper clip. If you're really anal, like me, and you want the exact sim card removal tool, go to ebay. You can buy 20 of those for just a couple bucks. I did.
What are you talking about?inside the USA only the 3G & 3GS came with the sim-tool