SIM Card Tray for<br>Apple 1st Gen iPhone (2G)<!--BASE:IP1SIM=9.00-->

If your First Generation iPhone (2G) sim card tray is damaged or lost our replacement service can get you fixed right up.

We offer a variety of same-day shipping options from us to you, perfect for any level of urgency.

Are you a competing repair shop in over your head with this repair? Don't panic - we assist other repair sites, and we can assist you, too.

To see all of our outbound shipping methods (shipping options from us to you) view our Shipping Methods page. If you wish to learn more about our inbound shipping options (how you can get your device to us so that we can work with it), please view our Guidance for Safe Shipping page.

Limited-Time Offer! Enter FREESHIP in the coupon code field at checkout for FREE USPS First Class Mail shipping or apply this offer towards any other shipping method that you prefer!! Applies to the leg of shipping from us to you.

Want to send your device to us for this repair? Great! Learn more about the simple repair process here.

If sending in your device, please be aware that the amount of time it takes for us to address each device varies, but we strive for quick turnaround times in all cases. Our best estimate for your turnaround time will be included in the email you will receive when your device arrives in our facility to help set your expectations accordingly.


Customer Reviews

Author: Melissa
I was messing around with my iPhone, and I ended up breaking the sim card tray. I was really frustrated about this, and I felt like I scoured the Internet to try to find a company that would sell this part to me with no luck. What was I supposed to do? It was getting really annoying, and I finally found Milliamp, which was such a lifesaver. This is such a tiny little part, and it only cost me like 15 bucks, but I couldn't find it anywhere else. I even went so far as to stay on hold with another company for like 20 minutes, but they told me that they didn't have it. Thank God that Milliamp repaired this part for me in such a short period of time!

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iPhone Repair Stories

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