Yes, you read that right: According to a new rumor that has just reached us, the iPhone is planned 2023 It will say goodbye for the first time to the physical port of the SIM card. It will be a “professional” version of the device, that is, one of the most expensive. The information comes from the Portuguese-speaking site Blog do iPhone, whose history is still very weak and therefore should be viewed with caution.
After Apple actually dropped the headphone jack after a few years upstream, such a change would, however, Responsible. Mainly because the company also chose not to provide a charger in the case of its cell phones and watches for several months. Others claim that the Lightning plug could disappear in favor of all wireless networks, With noses and beards from Europe they want to implement the USB-C standard.
Disabling physical SIM cards on iPhone should first of all free up space for your iPhone. Other components, such as the battery or the motherboard, can take advantage of it to render a file for example Greater autonomy or increase performance. We’ve already seen this with Apple’s silicon program on the Mac: the M1 Max chip is therefore four times the size of the 2020 M1.
Other benefits are practicality. It must be said that the SIM card slot has never been more convenient, not to mention the miniaturization efforts have made it more compact. What is more enough to lose The tool the manufacturer gave to open it up and quickly found itself in a paperclip duel while leaving the airport to change packaging: No thanks.
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Rest assured, even if the physical SIM cards on the iPhone expire, the connection will still be possible. In fact, most carriers already offer their package in the eSIM format, that is, the virtual equivalent of a SIM card. Only downside: this is sometimes optional to boost : We are still far from spreading democracy.
everything iPhone 13 It already supports up to two eSIM cards.
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