iPhone 14 series supported eSIM has many benefits when traveling

This year's US version of the iPhone 14 has canceled the physical SIM card slot, and instead uses eSIM (Chinese name "embedded mobile phone card", which is an electronic SIM card) instead of the SIM card slot, the move is also seen as part of Apple's push for eSIM adoption. However, some users in the United States expressed dissatisfaction that the entire US version of the iPhone 14 series does not support physical SIM cards. Apple today released a new supporting document outlining the various benefits of using an eSIM when traveling abroad.

Apple says eSIMs are more secure than physical SIMs because they cannot be lost or stolen. Apple also says that eSIMs eliminate the hassle of shipping, carrying, and replacing physical SIMs. Apple's support document also states that the iPhone XS and newer models can store 8 or more eSIMs and that the iPhone 13 and newer models can activate two eSIMs at the same time, one for use at one's place of residence and one for Use for travel. Also, one of the stored eSIMs can be changed to activate in the settings.

Users can purchase an eSIM from a local operator when traveling abroad, or a prepaid eSIM from a global service provider, the supporting document said. Users can activate unlocked iPhone 14 models purchased in the US through more than 400 carriers that support eSIM in 100 markets around the world, and many global service providers also offer prepaid eSIM data plans for long-term use in countries around the world.

The domestic operators do not currently support eSIM for mobile phones. It is reported that the implementation of eSIM is mainly because the implementation of eSIM does not benefit operators much, nor does it help them to acquire customers. Domestic operators do not have a big incentive to go Promote eSIM adoption.

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