SimJacker is a newly-discovered vulnerability in SIM cards that lets an attacker hack your smartphone just by sending an SMS message.
If you have an unlocked iPhone XR, iPhone XS, or iPhone XS Max with iOS 12.1.1, you can use it. But there’s a catch.
In a support document, AT&T said that it fully supports eSIM and dual-SIM iPhones.
Dave’s back from MacTech and boy is his brain tired from absorbing as much knowledge as he could. He and John talk through a bunch of that, including some important new APFS knowledge, Cool Stuff Found, and a plethora of Quick Tips. Plus, of course, your two favorite geeks answer your questions. All this and more… press play and enjoy!
Andrew Orr and Jeff Gamet join host Kelly Guimont to discuss how US carriers aren’t ready for this eSIM jelly, and Apple’s interest in iHeartMedia.
Although the four carriers promised to support it at launch, Verizon and T-Mobile are lagging.
Apple is rolling out the official release of iOS 12.1 for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch on Tuesday with Group FaceTime and eSIM support, and more.
Apple will reportedly release iOS 12.1 on October 30th, which is the same day as its “There’s More in the Making” media event.
Apple released iOS 12.1 Developer Beta 2 for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch with 70 new emoji and more.
The new iPhones introduced eSIM technology into the line for the first time. But you can’t use two CDMA SIMs in your device.
Dave Hamilton and John Martellaro join Jeff Gamet to explore the ECG feature in Apple Watch Series 4, plus they explain dual SIM and eSIM in iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max.
An eSIM makes it easier to switch between carriers. But right now only ten countries in the world support it.
China shut down LTE support for Apple Watch Series 3, and it’s likely over fears the smartwatch will be used to by other governments to track its citizens.