If you’re preparing to sell or recycle your iPhone 4 or iPhone 5, one of the most important steps is learning how to remove your SIM card from the iPhone.
You know, that little piece of plastic that you pull out from the tray on the right side of your iPhone? That’s the SIM card, AKA, Subscriber Identity Module, a smart card inside most cell phones that communicates with your carrier. The SIM card carries an identification number that is yours alone, and also stores personal data, which is also, or should be, yours alone. SIM cards enable you to move between phones while keeping your phone number and data plans.
Now that you know what a SIM card is, let’s review how to remove your SIM card from your iPhone: To remove the SIM card from your iPhone 4 and iPhone 5, follow these simple instructions:
As you can see, iPhone SIM card removal is not difficult but it is important that you are gentle and extra careful while you attempt it. Remember, your personal data is one of your most important assets, so always protect it, and always remove your SIM card when you transition to a new phone. Also, now that you know how to remove SIM Card from iPhone 4 and 5, share this nugget with your friends so they are in the know.
And when you are ready to trade in or recycle your iPhone, Gazelle is ready to assist you. You won’t believe how easy it is to get fast cash in your pockets. It’s why more than two million customers have turned to Gazelle to recycle their used iPhones and other devices. So don’t delay -- find out today how much your iPhone is worth!
Disclaimer: Gazelle is not affiliated with the manufacturers of the items available for trade-in.