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Is Apple going to announce a completely eSIM-based iPhone? Exactly What Does This Imply for You, Personally?

Is Apple planning to release iPhones that only accept eSIM?

Secretive Apple insiders have verified to the rumour mill that the American tech giant intends to remove the SIM tray from the upcoming iPhone 15 by using an inbuilt digital SIM card.

As early as September of 2022, insiders close to Apple are discussing the possibility of incorporating the virtual SIM into existing iPhone models and fully implementing it with the debut of the iPhone 15 in 2023.

You're entitled to wonder: What the heck is an eSIM? That doesn't sound right. Are you in favour of this? We may have found the answer we've been looking for with this digital SIM card.

What is an eSIM, and how does it work?

For those of you who don't know, we're the makers of the largest and most trusted eSIM marketplace on the Google Play and Apple App Store.

SIM card that has been "embedded" into a phone.

You used to have to insert a SIM card into your SIM tray in order to activate data on your phone or mobile device.

That's how it's always been done, and it's cumbersome as hell! Because the integrated SIM chip is soldered directly into your device with an eSIM, you may now download data plans directly to your phone.

If you have a fully digital wireless network, you no longer need to:

Manage several credit cards while on the road

SIM cards that have been discarded are covered in plastic waste.

Await the arrival of new SIM cards.

In a foreign nation, I need to find a SIM provider.

Take a chance on losing your phone's SIM card.

Many other phone makers are following Apple's lead and making their devices eSIM compatible, despite the fact that Apple is leading the charge.

Whether or if we are ready for this technology is the main question.

Apple has a history of setting the standard for smartphone innovation, and the market swiftly followed suit.

When wireless headphones first became popular in the early 2010s (less than a decade ago), they were considered a niche product. Well, wired headphones have been around for a long time, so why fix something that isn't broken? You see what I'm getting at, don't you?

A few years later, Apple decided to defy logic once again and released devices without a headphone port. As a result of this, the Air Pods were born.

What do you think?

eSIM technology's major challenge is the lack of eSIM-enabled smartphones on the market. The tray is the vessel for the physical SIM card, which is the current standard for cellular service.

What do you think? Should Apple be requiring carriers to switch to digital eSIMs?

The transition to eSIM is unavoidable, but there will be a period of adjustment. Analog will always be converted to digital in the same manner that all other forms of technology have.

Remember, this was the same argument used to oppose the removal of CD/DVD trays from laptops and desktops. However, as consumers, we get to appreciate having a more efficient and digital device.

                                                                                                                         Author - David Garrood

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