Apple introduced the world to three new iPhones and a new Apple Watch on Wednesday, focusing on evolutionary upgrades – a faster processor, better camera, sharper display and longer battery life. But more than revolutionary new features, an announcement can be good news for all the financial advisors who carry two phones around with them.
The company announced Dual SIM capabilities for the new iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max, allowing users to have two different phone numbers from two different operators, both of which operate on the same phone.
This means that advisors can connect their mobile number and their personal mobile number to the same device.
In addition to freeing pocket space and no juggling more than $ 1
So while on vacation, the phone can send calls that enter the work number directly to voicemail while still delivering your personal conversations. Or, if you're traveling abroad for business, you can get a cheap, local SIM account or use your corporate line while avoiding unintended international charges on your personal account.
Dual SIM is already available on Android devices. But Apple's new phones do not require the owner to purchase a physical SIM card. The number must only be connected to the operating system.
Brian Hamburger, founder and CEO of MarketCounsel, already uses Dual SIM and calls it a "way underrated" feature.