We pick it up and we are going to turn it on its side, the same side as the Power or the Unlock button. Here's our Home button at the bottom, here's our Power and Unlock button and the Volume's buttons on the other side.
We are going to take this pointy device that we have here that comes with some iPhones
For those of you watched our tutorial or unboxing of this, you will notice that I did not have one of this, you will notice that I did not have one of this in my phone. It was not included with it. Some of the phones don't include them. I'm not sure why but that is Apple's decision.
We are just going to simply insert this into that tiny hole. Once it is inserted, you should see that it still moves around. It's not like a super tight fit but it sits. You can feel that it pushes a little button. I'll pull that with my fingers.
Just use one finger and push - just a slow pushing effort
As you slowly push, you see that the SIM card slowly slides up. Now the phone wakes up and says that, "Hi,! There's no SIM card installed." We already knew that. That's why we have the no service warning.
Now, we take our SIM card - our functioning SIM card
We just put that in there. Now note, there's a little hole here. Sorry I'm off the screen a bit. There's a little hole here. That is the hold that slides right into the side of the phone right here. Just like that.
Your SIM should sit in there easily. Listen - you have a little clicks. Maybe you can't hear it. The SIM sits in there nicely. There's just a tiny little bit of wiggle room but that's not really a big deal because once I put the SIM cassette, the cassette is this silver thing, back in here into the iPhone hold or the SIM card holder, it's going to be nice and tight and snug.
Now, I just want to set this on the edge and slide it in nice and easy
I'm applying almost no pleasure sliding it. Then I reach a point, right about here, and now I have pressure. Let me show you that again. A nice, easy slide in. If it does not slide in easy, especially if you cut your SIM card, that means you need to fix your SIM card so it's nice and smooth.
I'm at this point that it does not slide easy so I'm going to put 1 finger on the back side here and then my thumb here and then slowly and gently push that in
See, it just popped right in. If you have to apply a lot of pressure, you are doing something wrong and you could damage your iPhone. The iPhone is a thousand-dollar phone, you probably don't want to apply too much pressure. Now your SIM card is in the phone.
This is just a tutorial on how to get your SIM card installed on the iPhone 6
Now that you know how to install your SIM card on the iPhone 6, we can move forward and start taking care of the rest of the great features and functions of this phone. Thanks for using VisiHow and have a great day. If you have any comments or questions, let us know in the section below. Good bye.
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