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Friday, 6 July 2018

Apple SIM: everything you need to know about the SIM card for iPad

The iPad has become the preferred work tool of many. It is powerful and easy to transport, much more than a laptop due to its lightness and finesse. It is perfect for office tasks, answering emails and surfing the web in search of information. However, when we do not have Wi-Fi connection, it loses a lot of strength .

To solve this problem, some people share the connection of their smartphone as a router to access the network. This practice is known as Tethering. But, if your iPad is the cellullar connection, it is best to hire a data plan with Apple SIM .

What is Apple SIM

With the Apple SIM card you can choose a mobile data plan from a variety of operators directly from your iPad. It is not necessary to go to any store, everything is done from the device .

If you are one of those who travel constantly and like to take your iPad with you, the Apple SIM is the perfect travel companion. It is compatible with more than 180 countries and regions , so you will have service in virtually everyone.

How the Apple SIM works
Its operation is very simple. First of all we have to make sure that our iPad has mobile connectivity, not just WiFi. Then, we have to go to Settings> Mobile data> Configure mobile data. Once there, you have to select the company and the rate that we want to use .

There are two types of operators: the premises (available in the country you go to) and the fee-for-service providers . Some of the companies available are T-Mobile, GigSky and Truphone, all with different rates depending on what you want.

Is my iPad compatible?

The Apple SIM is compatible with many recent iPad models . Chances are that if you have a tablet with 3G-4G connectivity it will be able to work. However, below we leave you a table with compatible iPad models:

Apple SIM Compatible Integrated
12.9 inch iPad Pro
(second generation)
12.9 inch iPad Pro
(first generation)
10.5-inch iPad Pro
9.7 inch iPad Pro
iPad (sixth generation)
iPad (fifth generation)
iPad Air 2
iPad Mini 4
iPad Mini 3
The Apple SIM is a great unknown to many Apple users. However, this could change thanks to rumors that the next generation of iPhones would also integrate it .

And you, are you going to go on vacation with your iPad? Let us know through the comments.

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