There are only a few regions where Apple iPhone 14 eSIM models are available

There is a possibility that Apple will fully adopt the new standard at the same time that other countries in Asia and Europe will do the same.

It has been reported that Apple may offer the new iPhone 14 with eSIM-only models in some international countries in the future.

Likely, the Cupertino-based company will not transition all of its next iPhone models to features that will only be compatible with eSIMs immediately.

This could be done by deciding to try out the technology for a short period before making a complete switch to it.

According to reports, the SIM cards themselves will become outdated within the next few months. Several U.S. phone providers, including T-Mobile, Verizon, and AT&T, share this outlook and predict a period without SIM cards shortly

You may remember that there was no SIM card included in the box of the iPhone 13? It is important to note that several Android phones were early adopters of the eSIM technology, with Google's Pixel 2 phone being the first Android phone to use the technology in 2017.

Aside from that, Motorola has switched its foldable Razr phone completely over to eSIM in 2019.

The use of dual SIM phones, which allow users to choose between multiple service providers and even separate their personal and professional lives, is becoming more and more popular among mobile phone users in Southeast Asia and Europe.

Despite this, most people in the US still only use one carrier when it comes to wireless service. There is, however, a possibility that this could change shortly.

As a result of the introduction of eSIM, which is a logical development for AT&T, Jeff Howard, vice president of mobile devices and accessories, believes that it will 'improve the experience in the long run.'

As the third-generation iPhone SE does not require a physical SIM card, Verizon was forced to recruit more users with eSIM.

It is unlikely that physical SIM cards will become obsolete right away. According to the article, this is what will happen once Apple stops supporting actual SIM cards on the upcoming iPhones when they are released.

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