With the new iPhone 14 models, Apple places great emphasis on digital sim cards, so-called e-sim. The support has existed since the iPhone XS, but in the new models the support has been taken to new levels as all models can store at least eight different e-SIMs and use two at the same time.
In the US, they have gone even further by offering a slightly different design on the iPhone 14 models, where the devices have no place for a physical SIM card and can only handle e-SIMs, which has caused some problems for users who use smaller operators which in some cases do not offer e-sim.
This currently covers only US models of the iPhone, but still gives a clear indication of the direction Apple has chosen. Thus, it is probably only a matter of time before the same change is implemented on a more international basis and physical SIM locations may be about to follow the 3.5mm jack into the history books.
Source: Mobil by www.mobil.se.
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