How does eSIM work on iPhone 14

Even if you’ve heard a lot about eSIM for iPhone, you may not know where to find it or how to use it. Most of us experience the same thing, so don’t worry – we’re here for you. Currently, eSIM is the new sensation used on iPhones. When you get a new iPhone 14, you need to think about how to configure your SIM card with the device. Apple has confirmed that the devices in this lineup will no longer accept physical SIMs on its US devices with the release of the iPhone 14. You will need to use an electronic SIM (eSIM) with your device instead of the physical SIM.

Without leaving any questions unanswered, we’ll show you how to install and use eSIM on your iPhone.

What is eSIM on iPhone 14?

The digital replacement for the physical SIM cards we use from mobile companies is called the eSIM. The configuration to activate your service and other information needed to connect to the network are stored on the physical SIM cards. However, with eSIM, you can use your iPhone to store the same data without even using a real SIM card. Therefore, you can insert an eSIM into your iPhone without removing the SIM tray.

How to activate eSIM on iPhone 14?

You can connect your iPhone 14 to a cellular plan from your wireless carrier via an eSIM. Installing a designated cellular plan, scanning a QR code, or using a carrier app are all ways to activate an eSIM. Before you start, make sure your iPhone 14 is connected to the Internet, either via Wi-Fi or an active cellular network. In addition, you must purchase a mobile subscription from a telecom provider that accepts eSIM. After you purchase your mobile plan, your carrier will send you a notification to install your eSIM.

  1. Tap the notification at the top of your screen, then tap Add Cellular Plan at the bottom of your screen on iPhone 14 and follow the instructions to set up your eSIM.
  2. If your carrier has provided a QR code, you can also scan it to activate your eSIM.
  3. After scanning the QR code, click continue to activate your data plan.
  4. On the next screen, tap Add data plan.
  5. You can even download the carrier app from the App Store.
  6. Log in to your carrier account and add your eSIM plan.
  7. The app will then automatically open Settings where you can tap Add Mobile Plan at the bottom of your screen.
  8. Select the phone number you want to transfer to your new gadget.
  9. Check if you want to transfer your number to your new iPhone on your old one by going there.
  10. Once your number has been transferred to your iPhone 14, tap the option that says Finish setting up your carrier’s cellular plan.
  11. Once you have completed the steps, your eSIM will be active and ready to use.

Until next time, with another topic. Until then, Toodles.

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