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There are two SIM options for connecting your Wi-Fi + Cellular iPad model to a data plan: a physical SIM card or eSIM technology. * (Note: Wi-Fi iPad models cannot connect to cellular networks.)
Physical SIM card: All Wi-Fi + Cellular iPad models have a physical compartment in which a Nano-SIM card (also called 4FF SIM card) from a cellular provider can be inserted. If you bought your iPad from a wireless service provider, a SIM card from the provider may already be installed. If not, you can contact your provider to get a suitable card for your iPad. Some iPad models also support an Apple SIM card. For more information, see https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT203089.
eSIM technology: Newer Wi-Fi + Cellular iPad models have integrated eSIM technology, which essentially works like a digital SIM card. You can activate an eSIM on your iPad in various ways, for example by loading it directly onto the iPad, scanning a QR code or using an app from a mobile operator. With eSIM, you can use data plans from selected providers in the US and in more than 180 countries and regions around the world. For more information on setting up eSIM, visit https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT203089.
Further information on supporting the iPad in LTE networks by provider and country or region>
All iPad Wi-Fi + Cellular models have a nano-SIM compartment in which a SIM card from a cellular provider can be inserted.
The Wi-Fi + Cellular iPad models with integrated eSIM technology include: 12.9 "iPad Pro (3rd and 4th generation), 11" iPad Pro (1st and 2nd generation), iPad Air (3rd and 4th generation) . Generation), iPad (7th and 8th generation) and iPad mini (5th generation).
The Wi-Fi + Cellular models with a physical Apple SIM card include: 12.9 "iPad Pro (1st generation), iPad Air (2nd generation), iPad (5th and 6th generation) and iPad mini (3rd generation) . and 4th generation).
The Wi-Fi + Cellular models with an integrated Apple SIM include: 12.9 "iPad Pro (2nd generation), 10.5" iPad Pro and 9.7 "iPad Pro.
*Apple SIM and eSIM are not supported by all wireless service providers. More details are available from the respective mobile phone provider. Not available in mainland China. The eSIM technology works with 11 "iPad Pro (2nd generation), 12.9" iPad Pro (4th generation), iPad Air (3rd and 4th generation), iPad (7th and 8th generation) and iPad mini (5th generation). The Apple SIM works with 9.7 "iPad Pro, 10.5" iPad Pro, iPad (5th and 6th generation), iPad Air 2, iPad mini 3 and iPad mini 4.
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