Smartphones create a big change in the field of networking. It helps to keep our surroundings and us in contact with each other but still there is a plastic widget inside our mobile phone- the SIM card. Therefore, Apple and Samsung are working together to kill off SIM card.

Apple and Samsung are working to kill off SIM card

Both the company’s desire is to develop an electronic version of an SIM, which would help users easily and quickly switch their mobile networks via your mobile OS. The technology of e-SIM will as same as the Apple SIM. This was available in the iPad Air 2 and allows users to rapid change between their data network.

This technology looks as that it would save us from most of the headaches. A large number of major carriers have already shown their interest in converting to e-SIM, which includes T-Mobile, AT&T and Vodafone.

However, it does not mean that any one of these will generate their next-gen SIM cards for mobile devices in the year. The FT states that it would not come out until 2016.

For the meantime, Apple users have another option that is Apple SIM. Presently the facility to switch the network between only some major carriers with the help of OS is only available in the iPad Mini 3 and iPad Air 2. A similar version can also appear in future iPhone versions.

The idea behind an E-SIM is that it would act as an embedded SIM in phones, leaving you open to freely connecting to carriers of choice without the hassle that is typically associated with signing up for new wireless service.

http://zone.pictures/techiebun/2015/07/Apple-and-Samsung-are-working-to-kill-off-SIM-card-1024x769.jpghttp://zone.pictures/techiebun/2015/07/Apple-and-Samsung-are-working-to-kill-off-SIM-card-150x150.jpgSachin SaxenaTechnologySmartphones create a big change in the field of networking. It helps to keep our surroundings and us in contact with each other but still there is a plastic widget inside our mobile phone- the SIM card. Therefore, Apple and Samsung are working together to kill off SIM card. Both...The tech Mag