Although Dual SIM phones have not yet taken place in the US, they are quite popular in other regions of the world. This is especially true of places like Europe and Asia, where people are more likely to visit other countries often. Many manufacturers offer dual SIM variants of their flagship phones in some regions, but a company that is not Apple.
It can all change at some point in the not too distant future. 9to5Mac took a dive into the code of iOS 12 beta 5 and found some references to dual SIM support. For example, "Other SIM Status" and "Other SIM Tray Status" were identified in a part of the diagnostics software, and a reference to a "dual SIM device" elsewhere.
Apple seems to be prepping iOS to include dual SIM checks in its diagnostic reporting. This is not the first time we have heard rumors about dual SIM support on its way to Apple's phones. At least one phone tip to reveal this year, iPhone X Plus, is said to offer dual SIM features.
At the time of the report, it was unclear whether Apple would choose a drawer that could hold two physical SIM cards or it would make one a programmable e-SIM, but these references in iOS 1
Basically, this discovery is one that is very fascinating, but ultimately leads to more questions. Hopefully, we will not have to wait until these questions have been answered, as Apple expects to announce its new iPhones at an event in September. In the meanwhile, keep an eye on for more information, but now you go down to the comment section and tell you if you want a dual SIM iPhone.