Unable to receive phone calls on your iPhone? In this troubleshooting guide, we share all the possible solutions to fix this issue.
Do you use dual SIM on your iPhone? In this tutorial, we'll show you how to set separate ringtones for each line so that it's easy to know which phone number is ringing when you're getting a call.
Apple's iOS 17 brings new dual-SIM features for SMS sorting in Messages, using ringtones and phoning unknown callers via a specific line.
The upcoming iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Pro models destined for European countries like France are rumored to ditch the SIM card tray and go all-in on eSIM technology.
Learn about the latest SIM technology standard, the Integrated Subscriber Identification Module, or iSIM, and when Apple might release an iPhone with one.
In the US, Apple went eSIM-only with iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro even though not all carriers support electronic SIM. Here's what to know.
Visible, a smaller and more affordable cellular service company run by Verizon Wireless, is expanding its plan offerings to better suit the needs of its users.
Do you get errors related to the SIM card on your iPhone 14 and earlier and don't see the cellular signal bars? As a result, you can't make calls, use mobile data, or send and receive texts!
Usually, this happens due to problems with the SIM card you're trying to use. Your iPhone will show error messages like Invalid SIM, No SIM, No SIM Card Installed, SIM Not Valid, SIM Not Supported, and SIM Card Failure.
Other times, the fault may be with your iPhone, because of which it's failing to recognize the SIM card. Let's tell you more and show you how to fix SIM card issues on your iPhone or cellular iPad.
Apple's iOS 16 software can transfer n eSIM onto another iPhone via Bluetooth, simplifying transferring your phone number from your old iPhone to your new one.
An eSIM is a digital alternative to the necessary SIM card for smartphones. It's a feature that has been popular enough up to this point, but physical SIM cards haven't been completely replaced quite yet. And this might not be the year it happens, either.
Visible, a budget-friendly subsidiary of Verizon Wireless, is now offering a limited free trial period for iPhone users who have access to eSIM (electronic SIM) capabilities.