According to the website & # 39; Apple, the latest carriers to support ESIMS feature include AT & T in the United States; Rogers and Fido in Canada; 3 in Denmark and Sweden; Orange in Poland and in Spain; Telia in Estonia and Finland; Telenor in Norway; Swisscom and Sunrise in Switzerland; Vodafone in Qatar; and select others.
In Asia, the ESIMS feature now you & # 39; & # 39 is used; 1010, CSL, China Mobile, SmarTone and f & # 39; Hong Kong; M1 f & # 39; Singapore; APT in Taiwan; Airtel and Reliance JIO in India; and AIS, DTAC, and True Move in Thailand.
The website & # 39; AT & T confirmed to support ESIMS on the latest iPhone from iOS 12.1.1, while the website & # 39; Apple continues by stating that Verizon and T-Mobile will offer service ESIMS "later this year." We heard from a few people that Verizon can & # 39; help support Friday, but this is strictly word of mouth.
It seems that the launch of ESIMS functionality on iPhones is hit or miss at & # 39; this point, since MacRumors tipster states to set ESIMS with & # 39; T-Mobile on the 12.9-inch new iPad pro, while others had no luck. The ball is definitely rolling, though, so hopefully ESIMS support more widespread by the end of the year.
The ESIMS, or digital SIM, is not physical SIM slot card that matches the physical SIM card in iPhone XS, XS Max iPhone or iPhone XR to allow dual SIM dual standby, a feature that allows iPhone users two phone numbers available in & # 39; blow – useful for traveling or both personal lines & # 39; work on one iPhone.