Prioritizing The Bachelorette — Mac Geek Gab 903

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Oftentimes we find ourselves relying upon technology to help maintain family harmony. Listen as John and Dave share a few of your (and their!) examples of just how this can work, and they solve a few problems along the way. If you’re a long-time MGG listener, though, you know that’s not all you get in this episode! Quick Tips and Cool Stuff found are peppered in, as well as a few extra hints and tips from your two favorite geeks. Press play and enjoy learning at least five new things!

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2 thoughts on “Prioritizing The Bachelorette — Mac Geek Gab 903

  • Greate show as always.

    Regarding physical and eSIM support on newer iPhones, the iPhone 13 lineup has 2 eSIM “slots” and 1 physical SIM slot. They will support up to 2 active SIMs (1 physical, 1 virtual, 2 virtual, 1 of each).

    My phone was purchased through Apple but set up for AT&T and came with one of the eSIM slots activated for my AT&T account. As I understand it, I can still activate a plan on the second eSIM slot or install a physical SIM without impacting the primary account.

    Older phones with eSIM support only had 1 eSIM slot and 1 physical SIM slot so it was better to keep one’s primary account on a physical SIM in order to keep the eSIM available for short term plans (e.g. when travelling).

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