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|Technology - Gadgets|
|Thursday, 19 July 2012 02:33|
Surely you have passed unnoticed by the news that the ETSI (European Telecommunications Standards Institute) has recently approved the new SIM card format used in mobile phones of the future: the nano-SIM , a tiny new SIM card which is 40% more smaller than current models.
The thing would not happen there, if not for the fact that Apple has apparently decided that this new SIM is integrated into your new iPhone 5. And of course, given the hype that usually accompanies the launch of new handsets by the company on the block, the main mobile operators are beginning to make collection of these nano-SIM cards for a possible avalanche of orders.
And is that operators do not want what ultimately is a problem escazsed card is frusten many sales of a terminal so juicy as the one presented by the Cupertino company. Especially if we keep in mind we are talking ta tarejta of a completely new, you just go to market as who says and which can not obtain large amounts of overnight.
So according to various sources indicate, the operators are already making large-scale orders (in the millions of units) of these nano-SIM in anticipation of possible shortages that could coincide with the launch of Apple's mobile. The curious thing is that many Apple competitors have already expressed their displeasure over this new medium, although for once and without a precedent, Apple (with Nokia) have promised to allow the use of patent freely and without payment of royalties.