What's the little key tucked into the folder?

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    Looks like a sardine tin key for a miniature can! I don't understand what the graphic is trying ti illustrate.
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    It's a sim ejector.
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    That's Apple's professional version of a paperclip.
    The sim-tray-ejection-tool. And in case you loose it, a normal paperclip does the same.
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    Thanks. For a moment, I thought it was an iToothpick.
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    use key to remove slide cover for sim card same as iohone
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    Thanks everyone. This is my first iProduct, so I'm kinda late to the party.
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    Be very careful what iFood you feed the iPad... :p
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    Bought an iPad Sat. and returned it Mon. No one ever tells you it needs a "mother ship" to be activated that has an Intel in it. What's up with that? Evidently my iMac G5 (4 yrs. old) is TO OLD to activate the iPad, and to communitcate with it. Comments? M.
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    Too bad you didn't think to just ask for them to activate it when you returned it. They will gladly do it in store, and even do updates for you.

    Btw, if you can run the latest iTunes (as long as you're running some version of osx you can) you can use your mac.

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