Apple SIM debuts in Japan

Do you have any expression for Apple SIM? It was introduced alongside with the release of iPad Air 2 in last year. Apple SIM allows user to switch to different network operators with ease.

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Apple announced on its official website that Apple SIM debuts in Japan today. Apple SIM supports KDDI internet connection. KDDI teamed up with Apple via its brand named AU. Users can also buy Apple SIM from its retail stores in Japan from now on.

So far, Apple SIM partners for network are including AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile that are from United States, EE from United Kingdom and GigSky which covers over 90 countries.

As KDDI internet supports Apple SIM, the Japanese retail stores started selling Apple SIM there. Before Apple SIM is introduced to Japan, it was sold in Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, United Kingdom, and US Apple Stores.

It is convenient for oversea travelers to use Apple SIM. The users can switch to the local network operator base on their locations. They don’t have to buy local sim cards instead during their journeys. Because of the limitation of localized operators, the supporters for Apple SIM are under expectation.

iPad Air 2, iPad mini 4, iPad mini 3, and iPad Pro are all pre-installed Apple SIM for consumers in the mentioned countries above.

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