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Learn how to insert and remove the SIM card on an iPhone running Apple iOS 13.

Insert/remove SIM

  • Find your model below to locate the SIM tray. 
  • To  open the SIM tray, insert a paper clip or a SIM-eject tool into the hole beside the tray. Push in towards the iPhone, but don’t force it. 
  • After you remove your SIM card from the tray, notice the notch in one corner of the new SIM card. Place the new SIM card into the tray. It will fit only one way, because of the notch.
  • Then insert the tray into the device completely and in the same orientation that you removed it. The tray also fits only one way.

iPhone 11 , XS, XR, X (including Max and Pro)


iPhone SE, 8, 7, 6s, 6, 5s, 5 (including Plus)


 

View SIM number

  1. From the Home screen, tap Settings > General > About.
  2. Scroll down to view the ICCID.

 

Devices with an eSIM

  • The iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, and iPhone XR and later feature Dual SIM with a nano SIM and an eSIM.
  • Apple iPad Air 2 / mini 3 and later come with an Apple SIM. Depending on the model, it may be an eSIM.
Sours: https://www.t-mobile.com/support/devices/apple/apple-ios-13/sim-card-apple-iphone-on-ios-13
  • Samsung: Settings Connections More Connection Settings > Network Unlock

  • OnePlus: Settings Wi-Fi & internet > SIM & network, then choose Advanced or Network Unlock

  • LG: Settings Network & internet > Mobile networks > Network unlock > Continue

  • T-Mobile REVVLRY: Settings Network & Internet > Mobile network > Advanced Network Unlock

  • Older Android or other manufacturers: 
    • For Android 7 and newer, open the Device Unlock app. If you don't have this app, your device is either unlocked or uses one of the newer steps above.
    • For Android 6 and older, choose your device on the Devices page, then click the Security drop-down to find Mobile Device Unlock steps.
  • Sours: https://www.t-mobile.com/support/devices/unlock-your-mobile-wireless-device
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    Congratulations on your new purchase. Below you can find steps to set up your new phone and transfer data and the SIM card from the old one.

     

    Set up without switching

    • Insert the SIM card that came the phone, turn it on, and follow the on-screen steps to complete the initial setup.
    • To get step-by-step instructions, choose your device and click Settings & Tech Specs > Getting Started.

     

    Switch to an Android

    Let's set up your new Android phone.

     

    Android to Android

     

    We recommend you transfer your data with the app provided by the manufacturer of your new phone (if they provide one). They can be downloaded on the Play store if they aren't preloaded on the phone. The following is a list of safe apps provided by the manufacturers.

    If a manufacturer provided app isn't available these steps will help you switch from one Android phone to another:

    Old Phone

    1. Backup your data on the old phone by tapping Settings > System > Advanced > Backup.
    2. Make sure Backup is turned on.
      • If backup is off: turn it on and wait for the device to backup your data.
      • If backup is on: confirm it recently backed up your data. If your data was not recently backed up, back up the device before proceeding.

    New Phone

    1. Transfer your data to the new phone by tapping Settings > Accounts > Add Account > Google.
    2. Sign in to your Google account where your data is backed up.
    3. You will be asked if you would like to download your synced information, tap Yes.
    4. Depending on the amount of data backed up it may take a while to download. You must wait for the download to be complete.

     

    Apple to Android

     

    1. Apple iOS apps cannot be transferred to Android but you may be able to find similar apps at the Play Store.
    2. For easy data transfer steps, see Switch to Android.
    3. Use the SIM card that came with the new phone. See SIM cards for details.
    4. Once complete, follow the setup wizard on the new device.

     

    BlackBerry to Android

     

    1. BlackBerry apps cannot be transferred to Android but you may be able to find similar apps at the Play Store.
    2. You can use BlackBerry Link to transfer your data, pictures, and files to your new device.
    3. Use the SIM card that came with the new phone. See SIM cards for details.
    4. Once complete, follow the setup wizard on the new device.

     

    Windows to Android

     

    1. Windows apps cannot be transferred to Android but you may be able to find similar apps at the Play Store.
    2. You can install Microsoft OneDrive on both devices for easy transfer of photos, documents, and other files.
    3. Use the SIM card that came with the new phone. See SIM cards for details.
    4. Follow the setup wizard and sign into or create a new Android account. You can add your Windows account as an additional email.

     

    Switch to Apple iOS

    Let's set up your new Apple device.

     

    Android to Apple

     

    1. Use the Move to iOS app to move your data. Get more information.
    2. Android apps cannot be transferred to Apple devices but you may be able to find similar apps at the App Store.
    3. You can install Google Photos (iPhone) and Google Photos (Android) on both devices on both devices for easy photo transfer.
    4. Use the SIM card that came with the new phone. See SIM cards for details.
    5. Once complete, follow the setup wizard on the new device.

     

    Apple to Apple

     

    1. Turn on your new device and place it near your current device, then swipe up on the Hello screen.
    2. On your current device, make sure the right Apple ID is showing on the pop-up and tap Continue.
    3. Use your current device to scan the animation on your new device. Wait for a message that says Finish on New [Device].
    4. On your new device, enter your current device password. If prompted, enter your Apple ID password.
    5. Follow the instructions to set up Face ID or Touch ID on your new device.
    6. If your old device used an eSIM, Transfer Cellular Plan will appear on the new device. Select the phone number to transfer and tap Continue.
    7. Tap Continue on the Transfer Data from [Device] screen to begin transferring your data.
    8. Review and Agree to the Terms and Conditions.
    9. Tap Continue to transfer your Settings from your other iPhone, like location permissions.
    10. Follow the on-screen prompts to set up the following services
      • Apple Pay
      • Cloud Drive
      • Siri
      • App Analytics
    11. If you have an Apple Watch and you're setting up a new iPhone, you'll be asked if you'd like to transfer your Apple Watch. 
    12. Keep your devices near each other and plugged in to power until the iPhone data migration process is complete.
    13. Once complete, tap Continue on both devices.
    14. If you're using a physical SIM, either move your SIM card or transfer it to an eSIM. 

     

    BlackBerry to Apple iOS

     

    1. BlackBerry apps cannot be transferred to Apple devices but you may be able to find similar apps at the App Store.
    2. You can use BlackBerry Link to transfer your data, pictures, and files to your new device.
    3. You can install Dropbox (BlackBerry) and Dropbox (iPhone) on both devices to move your photos.
    4. Use the SIM card that came with the new phone. See SIM cards for details.
    5. Once complete, follow the setup wizard on the new device.

     

    Windows to Apple iOS

     

    1. Windows apps cannot be transferred to Apple devices but you may be able to find similar apps at the App Store.
    2. You can install Microsoft OneDrive on both devices for easy transfer of photos, documents, and other files.
    3. Use the SIM card that came with the new phone. See SIM cards for details.
    4. Follow the setup wizard and sign into or create a new Apple account. You can add your Windows account as an additional email.

     

    Still need help?

    To learn about additional features for your phone, head to Devices, locate your phone, and navigate to the specific procedure or tutorial.

    Sours: https://www.t-mobile.com/support/devices/set-up-a-new-t-mobile-phone
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    Use these steps to complete the first use configuration and device activation for your iPhone.

    Activation process

    Before the iPhone can be used, it must first be activated and configured to work on the T-Mobile network. The device activation is a two step process:

    1. Device unbricking: Allows access to the phone menus
    2. Carrier update: Enables key network features and auto configures network settings.

    Device activation can be completed using one of two methods. See below for the detailed steps. iPhones sold through T-Mobile come with the correct SIM card pre-installed. The SIM card number is located on the back of the box.

    Device activation using iTunes (tethered):

    Ensure you have the latest version of iTunes and your computer has access to the internet before starting these steps.

    1. Power on the iPhone and wait until the device stops searching for signal. This can take up to 90 seconds.
    2. Open iTunes and connect the bricked device to computer using the cable included in the box.
    3. Complete the onscreen instructions on both the computer and the iPhone until device activation is complete.
    4. Disconnect the iPhone.

    Using this method will automatically install the T-Mobile Carrier update.

    Device activation using the iOS Setup Assistant (Wireless thru a Cellular or Wi-Fi network):

    It is recommended to complete this process over a Wi-Fi network (if available).

    1. Power on the device.
    2. Press the Home button to begin.
    3. Select your language from the list.
    4. Select your country / region from the list.
    5. Choose a Wi-Fi network and, if prompted, enter the password then tap Join. If Wi-Fi is not available, tap Use Cellular Connection.
    6. If the device is Activation Locked, enter the Apple ID and password.
    7. Choose to enable or disable location services and tap Next.
    8. Choose to setup Touch ID now or later and/or create a passcode.
    9. Choose one of the following and tap Next:
      • Restore from iCloud Backup
      • Restore from iTunes Backup
      • Set Up as New iPhone
      • Move Data from Android
    10. Follow the onscreen instructions to create / sign into an Apple ID, sign into iCloud, or connect to your computer.
    Sours: https://www.t-mobile.com/support/devices/apple/first-use-configuration-and-device-activation-iphone

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    Learn how to insert and remove the SIM card on Apple iOS 12. Check the software version in Software versions & updates. Additional software versions in Related Links below.

    Insert or remove SIM

    1. Take a simple paper clip and make it straight.
    2. Use the images below to locate the SIM tray.
    3. Insert the pin into the small hole and push it slightly until the tray pops-out
    4. Insert or remove the SIM card from the tray. If inserting, make sure the notched corner aligns. The SIM card only fits in one way.
    5. Reinsert the SIM tray into the iPhone.

    iPhone X, XR, XS, and XS Max

    iPhone 8 and earlier


    iPad


    View SIM number

    1. From the Home screen, tap Settings > General > About.
    2. Scroll down to view the ICCID.

    Using an eSIM

    • The iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, and iPhone XR feature Dual SIM with a nano SIM and an eSIM.
    • Apple iPad Air 2 / mini 3 and newer come with an Apple SIM. Depending on the model, it may be an eSIM.
      • You can activate a data plan on your device by going to Settings > Cellular Data > Set Up Cellular Data
      • You can also Contact Us to get your device set up with a data plan
    Sours: https://www.t-mobile.com/support/devices/apple/apple-ios-12/sim-card-apple-iphone-and-ipad-on-ios-121
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    Learn how to insert and remove the SIM card on an iPhone running Apple iOS 14.

    Insert/remove SIM

    • Find your model below to locate the SIM tray. 
    • To  open the SIM tray, insert a paper clip or a SIM-eject tool into the hole beside the tray. Push in towards the iPhone, but don’t force it. 
    • After you remove your SIM card from the tray, notice the notch in one corner of the new SIM card. Place the new SIM card into the tray. It will fit only one way, because of the notch.
    • Then insert the tray into the device completely and in the same orientation that you removed it. The tray also fits only one way.

    iPhone 12 (all variants)

     

    iPhone 11 , XS, XR, X (including Max and Pro)


    iPhone SE, 8, 7, 6s, 6, 5s, 5 (including Plus)


     

    View SIM, EID, or IMEI

    1. From the Home screen, tap Settings > General > About.
    2. Scroll down to view the ICCIDEID, or IMEI.

     

    Devices with an eSIM

    The iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, and iPhone XR and later feature Dual SIM with a nano SIM and an eSIM. Learn how to activate and manage your eSIM with eSIM settings: Apple iPhone on iOS 14.

    Sours: https://www.t-mobile.com/support/devices/apple/apple-ios-14/sim-card-ios-14

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    Check out the info below for info on how to set up your non T-Mobile iPhone or iPad.

    Things to know

    • The iPhone 5c, 5s, and newer iPhones from other US carriers and Apple stores are compatible with the T-Mobile 2G/3G/4G/LTE networks.
    • Some features may not work on T-Mobile's network when using unofficially unlocked iPhones. Software updates may re-lock these devices as well.
    • Assistance with unlocking your non T-Mobile iPhone or iPad cannot be provided for non T-Mobile devices.
    • Sprint iPhones may be difficult to unlock and may not work on T-Mobile's network. Be sure to contact Sprint before purchasing or porting Sprint iPhones.
    • You can visit T-Mobile store​ for activation of iPads purchased at Apple stores or other retail locations..

    Setting up your iPhone or iPad

    1. Check your iPhone compatibility with T-Mobile by visiting the Apple site to see the supported networks for your device.
    2. Check to see if your device supports the T-Mobile network frequencies.
    3. Use the online SIM checker to check which SIM card you need for your non-T-Mobile device. For iPads, see Apple.com for the correct SIM card.
    4. Set up and configure your device to work on the T-Mobile network. See First use configuration and device activation: iPhone‌ for steps.
      • Once a T-Mobile SIM card is placed into your iPhone or iPad, it should automatically install the latest Carrier Update.
      • This will configure your device to connect to the T-Mobile network.
    5. Use the T-Mobile Internet and MMS settings: Apple iPhone page to manually set up your device if you have trouble installing the Carrier update.
    Sours: https://support.t-mobile.com/docs/DOC-4771


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