Tech giant Apple is expected to launch three new iPhones later this year. Already, there have been rumours about the upcoming device, with the latest being that all the smartphones will feature both embedded Apple SIM and traditional SIM card tray. The Apple Dual SIM Phones is coming because of regions where Apple SIM are not available.
The company introduced SIM back in 2014 for iPad users to conveniently switch between carriers and use short-term data plans when needed. Sources says that Apple SIMs is expected to work with selected carriers in over 180 countries. Previously, Apple SIM was placed in the iPhone when needed, but now it will be embedded within the models.
While the report did not mention which iPhone model will have an embedded Apple SIM, Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo previously claimed that the 6.1-inch and 6.5-inch iPhone X Plus would come in dual-SIM variants, but the 5.8-inch variant will be available in regular single SIM. This new move from Apple featuring a Apple Dual SIM Phones is expected to be interesting, or what do you think?