After delay, Verizon is reportedly getting eSIM support by early December

Verizon is nearing adding Dual SIM and eSIM support in the sense that its network will not work with the dual SIM features of iPhone XS, XS Max and XR after the initial delay. On an internal note leaked to 9to5Mac Verizon expects employees to begin using dual SIM with eSIM and physical SIM in early December in conjunction with physical SIM.

Apple originally supports dual SIM with both Verizon, T-Mobile and AT & T. However, Verizon customers have experienced problems. You can only use Verizon's physical SIM card on the primary line, and switching to the secondary line will downgrade to a 2G legacy network instead of LTE. When service providers realized that the secondary line could not support high-speed data and voice services, they continued to provide eSIM support. As a result, Verizon alone can not implement full dual SIM functionality and requires a second carrier.

The Verge At the time, Verizon said, "We believe that these concerns will be resolved quickly based on discussions with Apple and that you should be able to add great Verizon services to the second line before the end of the year. "[19659005] Other US carriers are also blocked by similar problems, implying that no one in the US is yet preparing double SIMs. AT & T ended support for Dual SIM when it found a bug with the iPhone Visual Voicemail feature, which does not work on phones with two active lines. We are working to resolve the issue. T-Mobile similarly said that eSIM can be used once the software is ready.

Verizon's dual SIM and eSIM adoption schedules are now narrowed to early December, while other carriers have full dual SIM support. Until now, however, Apple ranks third in the United States.

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