Terence, no offence, but you seem to have written this article based on limited knowledge of technology, the industry or Apple’s current financial status. You make sweeping statements that hold very little substance, and say silly things like ‘if/when Apple goes bust’ (if this had to happen, it will happen years, maybe decades after you’re ‘forced’ to use a virtual sim).
Saving millimeters inside a complex electronic mobile device can often mean the difference between getting circuitry to work reliably. Obviously not, but yet you make a statement (more than once) as if you knew what you were talking about.
Can’t change number because of a virtual sim? What hog wash! Its even EASIER to change your number now.. get a new V-SIM.
I really don’t understand why you would bother writing a post based on limited knowledge and comprehension of the subject matter. It probably just sounded juicy to you and you started thinking of ways of ‘poking holes’ in it. Well you failed. Dismally.
Don’t get me wrong, there ARE holes to be poked in this strategy, but you were aiming blind.