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Apple iOS 12.1 come with eSIM support feature on October 30

The technology industry giant Apple ready for launch second hardware on 2018 event. The company expected to lunch a bunch of hardware devices on 2018 event like 2018 iPad Pro without home button beside of thinner bezels, a renewed version of the iPad Mini, Mac Mini with MacBook.

Apple also expected to launch a new update MacBook Air version or some substitute that probably new AirPods 2 with most popular AirPower mat charger. But in case if you think the company will be focused on hardware but it not perfectly right.

Earlier as tomorrow Apple expected to launch next generation of iOS, according to the report. The new version comes with refreshing iOS 12.1. As per as 9to5Mac report, the iOS 12.1 will comes with eSIM functionality that Apple presented with its 2018 latest iPhone lineup.

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The company primarily exposed at launch the functionality enable feature later in the Fall, and fortunately the timeline matches with the announcement. The new eSIM feature will mechanically turn on with 2018 iPhone lineup devices as a dual-SIM device.

The report a number of telecom in the US and Europe have been informed to start and waiting for eSIM contracts form October 30 Apple event. Beside of that in the case of India, A Tweet from Airtel India, responding to the question waiting for the confirm information. This means after this update of eSIM function users will be able to use their own two numbers on their iPhone devices.

Apple’s all three devices iPhone XS Max, iPhone XR, and iPhone XS comes with dual-SIM Dual Standby, that means both SIMs will be active at the same time for call and data services.

The recent report that Apple Stores may have started to receive special QR codes. Apple customers, who want eSIMs setup just scan the QR code and automatically essential information will be filled.

 


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