Learn about the latest SIM technology standard, the Integrated Subscriber Identification Module, or iSIM, and when Apple might release an iPhone with one.
iOS 16 bugs: Apple clarifies how to fix the iPhone 14 “SIM Not Supported” error
Apple suggests the annoying “SIM Not Supported” error that some iPhone 14 owners are getting could be fixed in a future iOS 16 software update.
Want a second carrier for your iPhone that won’t break the bank? Try Visible by Verizon Wireless
It wasn’t long ago that I shared my personal experience with using the Google Fi cellular service as a secondary carrier on my iPhone. But my curiosity pertaining to a dual carrier setup on my iPhone led to me to research several other Mobile Virtual Network Operators (MVNOs), and you can probably take a few accurate guesses as to where that rabbit hole took me.
Upon being blown away by Google Fi’s cellular reception and data speeds, I decided to drop AT&T as my primary carrier and switch over to T-Mobile. To those asking why – the T-Mobile network powers Google Fi in my region, and the un-carrier provided an enticing offer after announcing its new truly unlimited Magenta MAX plan earlier this year for a fraction of what I was paying AT&T.
KGI: LTE Apple Watch to adopt eSIM, but lack cellular phone calling at launch
Revered Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo of KGI Securities wrote in a new report to clients Wednesday that Apple Watch Series 3 with LTE is unlikely to support cellular voice calling at launch, saying the device is instead expected to focus on delivering data to users faster.
Tim Cook reaffirms Apple has no desire to become a MVNO carrier
Apple CEO Tim Cook was interviewed at Startup Fest Europe in Amsterdam today by retired European Commissioner for Digital Agenda, Nellie Kroes.
Asked if Apple would consider launching its own telecommunications service to cut off carriers, Cook responded by ruling out an Apple MVNO (Mobile Virtual Network Operator).
Cook said his company lacks the expertise to do so and reiterated that Apple is in fact quite content with the things carriers do.
Apple working with cell providers on eSIM
The wireless industry's biggest fear—that mobile customers could one day switch service on a whim without changing their SIM card—is coming true. Following years of opposition to technologies that would allow people to easily change carrier on the fly, the likes of Apple, Samsung and others are now working with the mobile standards organization GSMA on electronic SIM cards for consumer devices.
The Financial Times newspaper reported Thursday that Apple and Samsung are “in advanced talks” with mobile telecom groups on a standardized embedded SIM card for consumer devices, the so-called e-SIM.