eSIM is Apple best bet to be able to suppress thus the inbox of the nanoSIM. Apple commitment to the eSIM of Apple has been very light.
Now, iOS 12.1 beta 1 enables eSIM functionality on compatible devices, namely the iPhone XS and the iPhone XS Max. Maybe you did not know, but this possibility was not yet enabled.
The dual-SIM functionality of the iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max allows users to use two phone lines on their device. One of the two lines is the classic one, while the second one is managed by an eSIM (except in China, where the iPhone have a dual SIM slot).
IOS 12.1 beta 1 adds eSIM management capabilities, although no operator currently supports this feature for new iPhones.
To be able to configure the eSIM, a QR Code or an activation code is requested and must be provided by the telephone company.
This Dual SIM functionality will come to iOS 12.1 in the Settings application. Keep in mind that perhaps the update is not going to be the most problematic, but the most important obstacles will come hand in hand with the phone companies.
Users also have the option to enter details manually, such as the SM-DP + address, activation code, and an optional confirmation code.
iPhone XS and XS Max use the Dual SIM Dual Standby (DSDS), which means that you will have two phone numbers enabled on a single device and that the phone number that receives a call is the one that will become active at that time. Once both lines have been enabled on your iPhone XS, you will be able to assign each line a name to make them easily identifiable.