Apple’s new iPad Air 2 allow subscribers to switch wireless carriers much more easily, by swiping an icon across the screen of the device. The iPad Air 2 has a new SIM that could change the way you think of cellular network access.
Unlike phones, which require ubiquitous cellular connectivity, the need for tablet cellular access comes and goes. For much of the year, you may use it only at home, or at the office, where Wi-Fi is fine. But you may take it on vacation, or business trips, too—places where a cellular connection becomes convenient.
The SIM card supports AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint high speed networks. For service from the largest US carrier, Verizon Wireless, customers need to install a separate Verizon SIM card.