iPhone 13 and 13 Pro are Apple's first phones with dual eSIM support

Plenty of smartphones have eSIM support to enable cell service without a conventional SIM card, but only for one line — you still need a card if you need two lines. That won’t be an issue with iPhones from now on. 9to5Mac observed the iPhone 13 and 13 Pro both include Apple’s first support for dual eSIMs. In theory, you can use multi-line support without picking up a physical SIM.

There’s still nano-SIM card support if you need it. Apple makes no mention of using the nano-SIM slot alongside the dual eSIMs. We’ve asked Apple for comment, but you shouldn’t expect three-line support at this stage.

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