Just a few days ago, we reported that European operators began to stock up on nano-Sim cards. This is due to the expectation of mass consumer demand for the next generation smartphone - iPhone 5. The use of a new standard SIM-cards, which are 40% less
compared to micro-Sim, will help Apple make the popular smartphone a little thinner.
As a reminder, last month the European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI) approved Apple's proposal to use nano-Sim cards as an industry standard.
This time, information leaked to the network that European mobile operators are already ready to start testing nano SIM-cards in their networks.
Boy Genius Report editor Jonathan Geller says:
Geller also confirmed that the next iPhone 5 will support NFC, 4G LTE, and 1GB of RAM.
The BGR's reputation as a source of reliable information is not always unambiguous, but I'm sure the pundits are keeping their fingers crossed in favor of using nano-SIM in the iPhone 5.
Although it should be noted the absence of material evidence (diagrams, videos) in the network in favor of using the new SIM standard in the long-awaited smartphone.