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New iPhone 14 sim card system
Apple’s new iPhones — the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus — won’t have physical SIM cards. The company announced the nugget at its event in Cupertino today, revealing that eSIM will be the only way the iPhone 14 series authenticates with wireless carriers — at least in the U.S.
the iPhone 14 eSIM: eSIM lets you alter a cordless service provider, information or solution plan via software instead of having to exchange a physical SIM card. It’s rarely a new technology, yet it’s just within the last couple of years that eSIM has come to be a lot more typical on mainstream mobile phones.
Apple claimed that significant providers consisting of T-Mobile, Verizon and AT&T will supply sources to assist with eSIM-related inquiries, solution upgrades and also modifications.
He also says that Apple will give eSIM a bigger push this time around.
In fact, he says Apple was considering removing the physical sim slot altogether but decided to postpone it to next year for the iPhone 15. You see I’m an if it ain’t broken, don’t fix it type of guy. Removing the physical SIM slots will only create problems for frequent travelers so I don’t think this is a good idea at all.