- edited 11-13-2018 7:54 AM by ATTDmitriyCM
I have an AT&T nano-SIM card and another nano-SIM card with Chinese carrier. I learned that the unlocked iphone Xs MAX can have a nano-SIM and an eSIM working together. But the Chinese carrier didn't support eSIM. So I want to transform my AT&T nano-SIM card into eSIM so that my two phone number can both work on the iphone. How can I change my AT&T nano-SIM card to eSIM?
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09-26-2018 9:37 AM
Thats because they cannot be used/activated yet. Once Apple allows it, instructions will be passed around.
09-26-2018 1:03 PM
09-29-2018 1:38 PM
Apple has not updated software to allow the eSim to function. When they do, it would be possible to use both Sims
10-03-2018 8:14 AM
No us carrier has. I don't think you will see the us carriers do a thing till they officially release it. A beta is just that a beta. They add and remove features from betas all the time group FaceTime is a example of that.
10-07-2018 11:35 AM
Hello, I have an iPhone XS Max with iOS 10.2 that supports eSIM.
ATT postpaid account. I called Att the rep was going over the activation the call got disconnected, then I called a few times and they say it not supported yet.
Can someone confirms if Att is currently supporting eSIM for iPhone? If so, how can it be configured?