- Apple has another revolutionary element up its sleeve, it will pull it out with the iPhone 15
- It will not be a multiple deletion of the Lightning port
- The change should concern the SIM slot and we will feel it in our meadows and groves as well
The smarter of you already suspects that Apple will again take something from its iPhones. It started with the home button he came up with. Then, in his opinion, he took an unimportant audiojack – and thus ignited a chain reaction from other manufacturers. He’s still hesitant to remove the charging port or slot, but now he’s swinging for another change.
iPhone 15 Pro with a big change
Brazilian Web Blog to iPhone with refers to to sources close to Apple and claim that starting with the iPhone 15 generation, the American manufacturer will once again reach into the monolithic body of its iPhones and remove the physical SIM card slot from it.
However, the source states with a second breath that the change will affect only the models with the nickname Pro, ie iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max (if the naming remains from the current time). It is very likely that it will initially keep this quite fundamental change for a higher range of products and only later expand it among all iPhones in its portfolio.
Apple will push greener eSIM
At the moment, there is still speculation that has not been officially confirmed. On the other hand, it makes sense in Apple style – but we’ve already outlined what the California giant has already got rid of. If there really is a change in the monolithic body of the iPhone, it will have something to do with the expansion of eSIM technology.
It is already available in the Czech Republic, it is offered by all three large operators and one of them even for the Apple Watch. It can be assumed that in two years, eSIM will continue to grow, perhaps even in mid-range phones. Apple wants to be clearly the first manufacturer to switch 100% to eSIM.
In addition, it can have an ecological overlap – a regular SIM is peeled off a plastic card and you will arrive home wrapped in a paper envelope. In the future, operators can send a QR code with eSIM to e-mail, forgiving the planet some plastics in the seas and felled trees.
Source: Mobilizujeme.cz by mobilizujeme.cz.
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