How to hack into the iPhone 6S case, and then figure out how to remove the SIM card (and other security bits)

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The iPhone 6s case, the one used to hold the SIM, looks pretty much like the one found on the original iPhone, which was released back in 2012.

It also sports the same sort of back-facing camera.

If you were to use the SIM in your iPhone, it’s a little harder to figure out what’s going on with it, as the SIM doesn’t come with a SIM card.

It’s basically like having a credit card with a phone that hasn’t been activated.

But the SIM’s not that hard to get out of the case.

You can use a screwdriver to pry out the SIM and then remove it, or you can use the phone as a power adapter to charge the iPhone while the SIM is out.

It takes a little more effort to remove it and then replace the SIM.

To remove the case, simply remove the screws that hold it in place.

It should be fairly easy to do with the iPhone’s built-in tools.

To use a tool, you’ll need to have the SIM out, a screw driver, and a small piece of tape.

The SIM can be seen in the photo below, with the SIM inside the iPhone.

The video below demonstrates how to use a small screwdriver and a screw press to get it out of its case.

Once you’ve done that, you can pry it out by twisting the SIM to get the SIM cards out.

You should be able to remove all the SIM chips from the iPhone without breaking any pins, though.

The screws on the back of the SIM will also be visible, and you can pull them out by simply pulling them out with your screwdriver.

It’ll take a little bit of time, but the SIM should be easily removed.

Next, we’ll go through the steps to remove any remaining SIM cards.

This part isn’t too difficult, and can be done on a new SIM.

The only difference is that you need to know which SIM cards are left.

To get the rest of the cards out, you should follow these steps.

Slide the SIM back out of your case.

If the SIM has an antenna, pull it out.

The antenna is located under the SIM chip.

There’s nothing else on the SIM that will be removed by the screwdriver, so you can just gently lift the antenna out.

Use the screw press on the antenna to pull it off.

If it doesn’t work, you need the screw driver to do the job.

Pull the SIMs out of there.

You’re done.

It looks like there are only two SIM cards left in the SIM case.

To actually remove them, you will need to unscrew the SIM from the case and pull it free of the casing.

You’ll need a little patience, and it’s worth the effort to get to the bottom of this.

You will have to cut a hole in the case in order to remove this SIM card from the SIM board.

We recommend using a screw, as it’s much easier to cut through the case than unscrewing the SIM itself.

To unclip the SIM with the screw, you want to pull the SIM away from the back cover, and pull the antenna towards the SIM base.

You might want to use your fingers or something to pull at the SIM a little, so the SIM can slide out without being dislodged.

Now, remove the cover from the phone.

You need to unplug the SIM cable from the battery.

It can be tricky to remove, but you should be good to go.

If your SIM’s in the phone, you’re done, and should be back to work in no time.