Apple's iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Pro models do not include a physical SIM card slot. Instead, they exclusively support eSIM (embedded SIM) technology, a digital alternative that offers several advantages.
Apple has moved to eSIM only for US customers. This means the iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Plus, iPhone 14 Pro, and iPhone 14 Pro Max do not include a physical SIM card tray.
With the iPhone 14 lineup, Apple has fully transitioned to eSIM technology for US customers. This means US models of the iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Plus, iPhone 14 Pro, and iPhone 14 Pro Max do not include a physical SIM card tray.
The iPhone has a reputation as being very secure, so much so that the FBI has had publicized problems getting into them in various investigations in recent years. Most people are fairly confident that the average would-be thief is not going to be able to get past their Touch ID or Face ID, or guess their security code. Even if they can, the owner can use Find My iPhone to figure out the phone's location, and to erase it if it contains highly sensitive data. But how many iPhone owners have considered that a thief could take and use their SIM card to make calls and use data?
New leaks of alleged iPhone 7 components reveal a variety of updates coming to the next generation handset. A collection of images have been leaked from repair company Rock Fix, including components that point to dual-SIM card support. The capability to install two separate SIM cards is a popular feature in some Asian markets.