According to the Apple Web site, the latest carriers supporting the Isimi feature include AT & T in the United States; Rogers and Phyto in Canada; 3 in Denmark and Sweden; Orange in Poland and Spain; Telia in Estonia and Finland; Telenor in Norway; Swisscom and Sunrise in Switzerland; Vodafone in Qatar; And select others.
In Asia, the ISIM features can now be used with 1010, XL, China Mobile, and Smartphone in Hong Kong; M1 in Singapore; Apt in Taiwan; Airtel and Reliance Jio in India; And AIS, Dacc, and True Move in Thailand.
AT & T's website verifies that it supports iOS on the latest iPhones as of iOS 12.1.1, while Apple's website continues to state that Verizon and T-Mobile will offer eSIM service "later this year." We've heard of a few people that Verizon may give support on Friday, but this is a rigorous word of mouth.
It seems that the role of eyebrow functionality on iPhones has hit or miss at this point, as a macromaster top climbs to set up TIM with the new 12.9-inch iPad pro, while others have no luck. The ball is definitely rolling, though, so hopefully, the underlying support is more widespread by the end of the year.
The Samsung, or Digital SIM, is a non-physical SIM card slot that pairs with the physical SIM card in the iPhone CSS, iPhone XS Max, or iPhone XR to provide dual-sim dual-standby, a feature that lets iPhone users Two phone numbers available once – useful for travel or both personal and work lines on a single iPhone.