Apple's new iPhone uses eSIM technology, but only 9 countries around the world support it

The new iPhone XS and XS Max have a special edition for the Chinese market with a SIM card withdrawal including two physical cards, and two kinds of SIM card functions are installed. However, for non-Chinese users, the new iPhone device supports eSIM. Although eSIM has many advantages, emerging technologies are not yet widely adopted.

Only nine countries – Austria, Canada, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, India, Spain, the United Kingdom and the United States – currently provide eSIM support. Since Sprint and small businesses in the United States do not provide eSIM support, you need to upgrade to T-Mobile, Verizon, AT & T to use this feature.

In China, Apple's special dual SIM bin will bypass the need for compatibility with eSIM, which China has little anyway anyway. China Telecom and China Mobile two major operators have introduced eSIM support in several cities except Beijing. Instead, the new iPhone has two physical SIM cards, like many Android phones in China. This feature will be available soon, but in other parts of the world users will have to wait until Apple sends an eSIM software update during autumn.

Using an electronic SIM card eliminates the need to insert a pin in the drawer to replace a small plastic. Instead, eSIM, which represents an integrated SIM card, only needs one …

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