In just a few months, Apple will unveil its latest generation of mobile phones, and the iPhone 15 series promises to bring some exciting new features. According to reports, the dynamic island – a multimedia element – will be available on all versions of the phone, including the iPhone 15, iPhone 15 Max, iPhone 15 Pro, and iPhone 15 Pro Max. Additionally, a new proximity sensor will be introduced to improve the usability of FaceID.
Apple’s Commitment to eSIM Technology
Apple’s eSIM technology is gaining momentum, and it seems the tech giant will be doubling its commitment to it. In 2018, Apple launched the iPhone XS – the first phone to feature a virtual SIM card. Since then, more models have been released, including the iPhone 14 with eSIM in the United States.
Now, rumours suggest that France will be getting the iPhone 15 with eSIM capabilities. This means that there will be no SIM card slot available, as the phone will come with a virtual SIM card. While there are several reasons for this, the most compelling include environmental concerns and the ability to add battery or other features. Additionally, eSIM cards offer users the convenience of quick and easy portability between phone numbers.
However, in some countries like Spain, eSIM technology is not yet fully adopted, and not all operators offer it. Therefore, it may be a few years before a single version of the iPhone 15 with eSIM technology is launched in Spain.
The iPhone 15 series promises to bring exciting new features, including the dynamic island and a new proximity sensor. Apple’s commitment to eSIM technology continues to grow, with plans to expand the single version with an eSIM card to more countries. While not all countries are ready for this technology, it is clear that Apple is heading towards a future where phones with SIM card slots will become obsolete, making way for a more sustainable and convenient future.