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Sept. 14, 2022, 3:01 a.m. | Rob Slade

The RISKS Digest ac.uk

In its new line of iPhones, Apple will be doing away with physical SIM
cards, moving instead to a system it refers to as eSIM. This will be a
software version of identification of the phone handset, and will be
modifiable in order to change to new providers.

https://lite.cnn.com/en/article/h_724d3eee26f0e2ace20a65a9ff82e6c3

For some, this will be convenient. Therefore, I predict that a) this will
lead to some interesting new attacks on iPhones, and b) that criminals will
come up with ways to …

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