New Delhi. Recently a new model of the iPhone 14 series has been launched by Apple. Apple has announced that not all iPhone 14 models will have a SIM-tray slot in the US. Meaning both E-SIM support has been given in all models. However, all models of iPhone 14 in India will get E-SIM as well as physical SIM support. Earlier the physical SIM card slot is provided with all one E-SIM in the iPhone 13. But do you know that E-SIM has its disadvantages, let’s know about this in detail.
Know the disadvantages of e-sim
E-SIM cannot be changed sitting at home
E-SIM cannot be changed sitting at home. For this you have to visit the authorized service center. Meaning if you want to get Jio SIM, then you have to visit Jio service center, where you will have to activate E-SIM after some documentation.
Can’t change phone again and again
If you frequently change phones, then a smartphone with e-SIM is not good for you. Because every time you change the phone, you have to go to the authorized center of the telecom provider, which can cause you problems.
What is e-SIM?
E-SIM One Embedded Subscriber
The full form of eSIM is Embedded Subscriber Identity Module. E-SIM is already inbuilt in the phone. Meaning they cannot be seen. It does not require a SIM tray. Your details are uploaded in digital form in the e-SIM. No extra space is required in the phone. In such a situation, smartphone companies are helped to make the phone lightweight. Also, it helps to make the phone in ultra-thin design. Simply put, e-SIM is like internal memory, in which your data is saved. eSIM can also be rewritten like internal storage. In this way mobile users can change their operator at will.