According to the Apple website, the latest transport that supports the eSIM feature is a & # 39; Including AT & T in the United States; Rogers and Fido in Canada; 3 in Denmark and Sweden; Orange in Poland and Spain; Telia in Estonia and Finland; Telenor in Norway; Swisscom and Sunrise in Switzerland; Vodafone in Qatar; and choose others.
In Asia, the eSIM can now be used by 1010, CSL, China Mobile, and SmarTone in Hong Kong; M1 in Singapore; APT in Taiwan; Airtel and Reliance Jio in India; and AIS, support, and True Move in Thailand.
The AT & T website proves that it is Supporting eSIM on the latest iPhones as iOS 12.1.1, as long as Apple's website still states that Verizon and T-Mobile will be able to; offers an eSIM service "later this year." We heard from a few people that Verizon could provide support on Friday, but this is very tight.
It is likely to be hit or crashed. eSIM works on iPhones at this time laments, as MacRumors tipster says that eSIM has been set up by T-Mobile on iPad iPad 12.9 inches, although others have not been fortunate. The ball is totally moving, however, and so it is hoped that eSIM support is wider before the end of the year.
It is an eSIM, or a digital SIM, a non-corporate SIM card slot that pays with a & # 39; Corporate SIM card in the iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, or iPhone XR to maintain dual dual SIM capability, which allows iPhone users to access two phone numbers at the same time – useful for travel or both personal and working services on one iPhone.