When Apple started talking about including an embedded, programmable SIM into its devices a few years ago there was the inevitable shuddering from the telecoms industry. That’s because when Apple announces new technology it has a habit of becoming the norm, despite the misguided dreams of those that think they can control the mighty innovator.

After all, wasn’t Apple the main driver in reducing the size of removable SIM cards down to the ‘nano’ – primarily to make devices smaller, or was it to make them annoyingly difficult to handle and easier to lose?

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