iPhone can completely switch to eSIM by 2022

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2021-12-30 03:52:15

Recently, the iPhone news revolved around the removal of the SIM tray from the iPhone starting with the “iPhone 15” in 2023. Shortly after, MacRumors received an anonymous information that Apple was in talks with the carriers. major US, advises them to prepare for a smartphone-only eSIM, which is expected to launch in September 2022.

Today, this information was corroborated by reliable Apple leaker @dylandkt via Twitter.

Removing the physical SIM tray from a smartphone has several advantages from a manufacturing perspective. First, the SIM tray eject and insert mechanism will no longer need to be manufactured and this loss will free up some valuable space on the inside. Less than one port will simplify the production of the bezel. The removal of the SIM tray will make the smartphone easier to resist water and dust.

Apple is said to be pursuing the philosophy of maximum minimalism and will in turn remove the connection ports on the iPhone gradually. The first move was to remove the 3.5mm headphone jack on the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus in 2016. Last year Apple also removed the charger from the iPhone 12 box and caused a lot of controversy.

The removal of the SIM tray could be Apple’s next concrete step towards realizing its near-extreme minimalist strategy. This would make more sense than completely removing the charging port that can now be replaced by Mag Safe wireless charging.

However, wireless charging speed is not fast enough and Apple has not solved the problem of backing up and restoring settings through the charging port, so the conversion has not yet appeared.

But that transition is entirely possible in the future when Apple finds a solution. Until then, users and the technology world will have an iPhone with absolutely no ports and even no buttons. Let’s wait for the official moves of Apple.

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