iPhone 14 could take another step towards portless design by ditching the mobile clip

We’ve been hearing for some time that eSIMs (embedded SIM cards) could soon replace physical SIM cards, and it now looks a lot like the iPhone 14 could be the phone to kickstart this transition, as some versions will reportedly be sold without a SIM card. removable.

This is according to the Wall Street Journal (opens in a new tab), and means that a subset of the 2022 iPhone family will potentially rely solely on an eSIM. Rather than popping out a tray from the side of the phone and inserting a physical SIM card, an eSIM is a digital SIM card built into the phone and cannot be removed; So when changing operator/network, a new number is simply programmed on it, rather than having to insert a physical card.

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