In the United States, the iPhone 14 will not feature a SIM card slot
The iPhone 14 has been confirmed to not feature a physical SIM tray in the United States variant. Users will be able to use two eSIMs simultaneously, which is not exactly bad.
To begin, eSIMs are SIM cards that are electronic rather than physical. That means your phone can be supplied remotely, eliminating the need to visit a shop to get an actual SIM card. This makes switching networks or trying one out simpler (in certain aspects) – T-Mobile now employs eSIMs to allow consumers to test-drive its network for up to three months. As of iOS 16, you can even move your eSIM between iPhones via Bluetooth, making it virtually as simple as using a real SIM – as long as you remain inside the Apple ecosystem. Without a doubt.