New Apple iPhone Models Likely to Come With Dual-SIM Support - Report
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With the increasing competition in the flagship segment, Apple is reportedly working on introducing a dual-SIM iPhone in the market this year. According to the report from Bloomberg, the American tech giant is expected to launch the new dual-SIM featured smartphone in the some of the regions. The dual-SIM feature on the iPhone will help the users in switching between local carrier and coverage area. Apple iPhone XS Leaked Images Confirm OLED Display & New Gold Colour, Official Launch Likely on September 12

The media report recently revealed that the Operating system iOS 12 developer Beta 5, which was released earlier this year includes references for dual-SIM support. The report from Verge further highlighted that the OS also mentions the second physical SIM try. Taking these reports into consideration, it is speculated that the upcoming iPhone model could feature dual-SIM support with no limitation of a single SIM tray as well as an eSIM support. Apple Likely to Unveil iPhone 9, iPhone 11 And iPhone 11 Plus at Event on September 12; Know Leaked Features & Specifications of New Models.

Several Apple rivals such as OnePlus, Samsung, and Huawei are offering dual-SIM support on their flagship devices. Taking the mounting into consideration, Apple might be working on introducing dual SIM support on the new iPhone models. Moreover, Apple is gearing for the mega event, which is scheduled for September 12. Apple Expected to Unveil New IPhones at September 12 Event.

The Cupertino-based tech company is expected to launch 3 new iPhones at the event followed by other products such as Apple Watch Series 4, new MacBook, Mac Mini, iPads, AirPods 2 and much more. The iPhone making company is expected to launch two iPhone XS models with OLED display whereas the third iPhone model is likely to feature LCD panel. Also, the company will be aiming to increase its global market share, which was 12.1 percent for the Q2, 2018. On the other hand, Samsung leads the global market with 20.9 percent of shares followed by Huawei with 15.8 percent.

Source: Verge