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What does the iPhone 14 switch to eSIM mean for privacy, security, and travel?
FAQ: Contrary to popular belief, Apple didn't just introduce eSIM support with the iPhone 14. There have been eSIM features in iPhones since the iPhone XR. What's different is that Apple has removed physical SIMs in US-sold iPhone 14s. Here's what this means for consumers.
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