Get ready for the future of the Micro Sim Card – Be one step ahead!
With this cutter, all the measurements are accurately done for the cutter, you just need to input the
Use our micro sim cutter to convert your standard sim card (15*25mm) to micro sim card(12*15mm).then you can use that to your iPad or future iPhone 4G.
Without this cutter, you need to cut the sim card by yourself,
Firstly, you need to measure the sim card and also Make an outline. Then you would hold a scissor to cut the card.
You need to be careful to avoid breaking your sim card.
With the Rebel Micro Sim card Cutter for IPad & IPhone 4G cutter, all the measurement is accurately done for the cutter, you just need to input the sim card in correct way and do this in a safe and efficient manner.
Don’t need buy extra micro sim card for your iPad or iPhone 4G
Don’t need pay for double data fees.
Use one sim card on all devices.
Easy of use to use and cut in safe way in seconds.
Pre-order Now and get it in Early July Description
The micro-SIM was developed by the European Telecommunications Standards Institute along with SCP, 3GPP (UTRAN/GERAN), 3GPP2 (CDMA2000), ARIB, GSMAssociaton (GSMA SCaG and GSMNA), GlobalPlatform, Liberty Alliance, and the Open Mobile Alliance (OMA) for the purpose of fitting into devices otherwise too small for a mini-SIM card.
The form factor was mentioned in the Dec 1998 3GPP SMG9 UMTS Working Party, which is the standards-setting body for GSM SIM cards, and the form factor was agreed upon in late 2003.
The micro-SIM was created with backwards compatibility in mind. The major issue with backwards compatibility was the contact area of the chip. Retaining the same contact area allows the micro-SIM to be compatible with the previous, larger SIM readers through the use of plastic cutout surrounds. The SIM was also designed to run at the same speed (5 MHz) as the previous version.
The chairman of EP SCP, Dr. Klaus Vedder, said
- “With this decision, we can see that ETSI has responded to a market need from ETSI customers, but additionally there is a strong desire not to invalidate, overnight, the existing interface, nor reduce the performance of the cards. EP SCP expect to finalise the technical realisation for the third form factor at the next SCP plenary meeting, scheduled for February 2004.”
SIM cards were first made the same size as a credit card (85.60 mm × 53.98 mm × 0.76 mm). The development of physically smaller mobile devices prompted the development of a smaller SIM card, the mini-SIM card. Mini-SIM cards have the same thickness as full-size cards, but their length and width are reduced to 25 mm × 15 mm.
Even smaller device sizes have prompted the development of a yet smaller card size, the 3FF card ormicro-SIM. Micro-SIM cards have the same thickness and contact arrangement again, but the length and width are further reduced to 15 mm × 12 mm. The specifications for the 3FF card or micro-SIM also include additional functionality beyond changing the physical card size.
|SIM card||Standard reference||Length (mm)||Width (mm)||Thickness (mm)|
|Full-size||ISO/IEC 7810:2003, ID-1||85.60||53.98||0.76|
|Mini-SIM||ISO/IEC 7810:2003, ID-000||25.00||15.00||0.76|
|Micro-SIM||ETSI TS 102 221 V9.0.0, Mini-UICC||15.00||12.00||0.76|