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Dual sim? Is iphone dual sim?
viral458408/10/2019 12:28

Dual sim? Is iphone dual sim?


I think the China model is dual nano SIM.

The international models are still dual SIM but one is an e-sim so it's mounted on the logic board.
viral458408/10/2019 12:28

Dual sim? Is iphone dual sim?


Dual Sim only in the way that it accepts one physical sum and the second one has to be an esim. Only in eastern markets do they have dual physical sims. Apple should be clearer with this. Esims tend to only be contract ones too.
robshill508/10/2019 13:50

Dual Sim only in the way that it accepts one physical sum and the second …Dual Sim only in the way that it accepts one physical sum and the second one has to be an esim. Only in eastern markets do they have dual physical sims. Apple should be clearer with this. Esims tend to only be contract ones too.


Sounds like another ploy by Apple to keep carriers on side, and there sales teams to push iphones in the stores.
gsmarena.com/com…848


There are differences in the bands that the China & Hong Kong model can access versus the Global model.
The differences only matter if you intend to travel with the phone, as it appears 1500Mhz and 700Mhz are affected - not an issue in the UK.
Think the only e sim you can get is ee too
Masteryates08/10/2019 14:34

Sounds like another ploy by Apple to keep carriers on side, and there …Sounds like another ploy by Apple to keep carriers on side, and there sales teams to push iphones in the stores.


Well none of the carriers are using eSIM as default. More likely that Apple just being Apple in embracing new tech standards when they are of benefit. eSIM has benefits over standard SIM and with iPhone you get both.

john.coote08/10/2019 16:20

Think the only e sim you can get is ee too



Apple's website is a bit out of date with this but O2 and Vodafone also now support eSIM. Three is the only major carrier that do not support it for technical reasons. I'm using an O2 eSIM in my iPhone along with the Three free 200mb SIM as a backup.
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