1. aaauustiinnn's Avatar
    Just tried it and it didn't work.
    2010-06-30 05:38 AM
  2. x| LiB |x's Avatar
    Dear iPhone 4 Customer,

    Thank you for contacting AppleCare.

    I have located the sales order number of your product. You may check the status of this order at https://store.apple.com/1-800-MY-APP...ts/OrderStatus
    (in the 'Single order lookup' section). Simply enter this sales order number and the shipping zip code. Once the product ships from Apple, this webpage will tell you the carrier and the tracking number so that you can check the status of the shipment.

    The sales order number is: 8956857 1 Plastic Micro sim card tray

    If you have any questions regarding this process, please call me at 512-674-2500 x 77777. If I am unable to answer, please leave a message. I will call you back within one business day to answer your questions. Please reference your Case ID (8968574) at the beginning of your message.

    Corporate Customer Care Administration
    2010-06-30 05:38 AM
  3. jdm.accord's Avatar
    No luck. I taped it pretty good and was still able to kill my signal by holding it the way I normally hold a cell phone.
    2010-06-30 05:39 AM
  4. unglt99's Avatar
    You know, he might have something here. I used an eligible upgrade for one of my other lines to upgrade the phone on my personal line. I had to cut my old regular SIM so it would fit the MicroSim tray. Once I put the home rigged MicroSim into the phone I noticed the reception problem. I went to AT&T a couple days later and got a real micro-sim and once they installed it, the reception problem was gone.
    2010-06-30 05:39 AM
  5. x| LiB |x's Avatar
    joke of course ~
    2010-06-30 05:40 AM
  6. vietxnameze's Avatar
    nope didnt work..signal still drop crazy
    2010-06-30 05:40 AM
  7. index's Avatar
    I just got a case -like any sane person should for their pretty pretty iPhone 4- and I haven't had issues since.

    So, no issues AND my phone is protected.

    +1 for index.
    2010-06-30 05:43 AM
  8. Chevyman209's Avatar
    So.... just have a plastic sim tray right?
    2010-06-30 05:43 AM
  9. AuSteeze's Avatar
    I bet you you it's AT&T cards that are causing the problem.
    2010-06-30 05:44 AM
  10. capttanhowdy's Avatar
    We would know if it's AT&T sim if we had an unlock for tmobile and then we can test that!
    2010-06-30 05:44 AM
  11. jinman's Avatar
    I think it's the software my 3GS with 4.0 does the same thing
    2010-06-30 05:49 AM
  12. iPhoenix3g's Avatar
    I am on t-mobile in the UK and have no signal issues at all.

    UPDATE: I actually can only get my signal to drop if i have wifi switched on .. Anyone else getting this issue?
    Last edited by iPhoenix3g; 2010-06-30 at 05:53 AM.
    2010-06-30 05:49 AM
  13. iPhone3G[S]'s Avatar
    hahahaha, AT&T sim fail...

    I primered the sim tray black on the inside...

    I will let you guys know how it works out sooon

    EDIT: it worked!
    Last edited by iPhone3G[S]; 2010-06-30 at 05:57 AM.
    2010-06-30 05:49 AM
  14. knguyen's Avatar
    "The files are IN the computer? It's so simple!" -Hansel
    LoL I love that movie. "Hansel, he's so hot right now, Hansel"
    2010-06-30 05:50 AM
  15. Cer0's Avatar
    We would know if it's AT&T sim if we had an unlock for tmobile and then we can test that!
    Or others in differnt countries can say they are working fine.
    2010-06-30 05:51 AM
  16. Reaktor5's Avatar
    Just tried this and used electrical tape. It seems that I get more bars now when it's sitting on my desk without me touching it, or it's just a sweet spot I found.

    But one finger on the seam and down the bars fall.
    2010-06-30 05:52 AM
  17. stereo313's Avatar
    If you look at the tray where the sim card sits it is painted so it won't short out. I tried to some tape there just to try it out and I still get the same signal drop. Seems
    Like if it did short out the phone would not work at all.
    2010-06-30 05:53 AM
  18. Forgoten Dynasty's Avatar
    ATT will be handing out free sim trays soon
    2010-06-30 05:56 AM
  19. rolandgabor's Avatar
    Thank you for the tip.
    Its obvious that it will not fix reception issues , this fix will not boost reception should any one think it would. However it does help to provide better reception when holding the phone and helps with the issue of dropped calls on the iPhone4 where the 3GS would not drop calls.
    Based on my testing this easy fix does help, so thank you again.
    2010-06-30 05:56 AM
  20. ephone's Avatar
    Mine is off centered as well. I placed a piece of tape where the gold contacts of the sim touches the tray. Signal still drops, although not as much. I'm also having slow wifi and 3g speeds as well.

    Ran speedtest.net

    before tape
    801kbps up
    543kpps down
    598 ping.

    after tape
    946kbps up
    218 kbps down
    201 ping

    lighting fast my ***!
    2010-06-30 05:57 AM
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