You missed the bit about how Dell, HP, Microsoft, Google, Lenovo, Panasonic, ASUS, Acer etc etc all sell laptops which accept a sim or e-sim (and touch screen!) and don't require their users to mess around with portable wifi, dongles, bluetooth pairing, usb cables, perpetual hot-spot reactivation and reconnection, network passwords, over-burdened free networks, drained iPhone batteries, etc etc. If cellular is easy enough on an iPad, why is it not good enough for a MacBook?
Instead of using two nano-SIM card slots, the 2018 iPhone lineup lets you associate one line with a physical nano-SIM card, and one with the new embedded SIM, or eSIM. To set up a second line on your iPhone, you'll need a couple of things. Remove the SIM card from the SIM tray/SIM slot. Clear or blow out the dust built up in the tray or on the SIM card. Slightly wipe the SIM card with a soft cloth without damaging any of its parts. Reinsert the SIM into the tray.
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Feb 24, 2019 7:31 PM
Hi there, I was happy to win a lost-and-found-auction and own a Sky Vega Racer IM-A780L of possibly Korean origin now.
I managed to start it but of course I would like to insert my own SIM card, and now I am stuck with not finding the slot.
Slots of vegas login. Under the cover, there is only a Micro-SD-card slot (plus the battery slot).
Is it possible that the phone is using a built-in kind of SIM (like some navigation devices do)? Or is this very unlikely? Have many thanks for any help in advance, and many regards, Matthias
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Is this a good question?