So much for the magical, mystical Apple SIM card that comes in the new iPads with cellular service.
The idea was that iPad owners could switch their LTE service between AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile, at least for a short time, which signaled the potential easing of carrier control over your devices. I assume Verizon opted out of the arrangement, although we don’t know for sure, and we’re now finding out that AT&T isn’t playing either: If you activate an [company]Apple[/company] SIM card on AT&T’s network, you’re effectively locking that SIM to the carrier.
Using Apple SIM, you can choose from different cellular carriers and their various programs. The data plans vary by carrier. For instance, in the United States, you…
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