The SIM+ case will give you two SIM cards in a single iPhone 5.
Are you constantly having to carry around two phones, one for personal use, one for work? Do you travel internationally and routinely swap "local" SIM cards for your primary one? If you're an iPhone 5 user, there's a product in development that might make you smile.
The Digirit SIM+ case lets you carry two SIM cards in one iPhone. And not just carry them, but also switch between them using a simple software-powered toggle. It's currently looking for backers on crowd-funding site HWTrek.
iPhones that run on GSM networks (notably those from AT&T and T-Mobile here in the US) employ SIM cards to establish network connectivity. Those cards can be removed as needed if you're traveling overseas, want a temporary different phone number, or just want to switch to a lower-cost carrier.
Of course, traditionally it's a one-SIM-at-a-time proposition. With the SIM+, you get to keep two cards loaded -- one nano-SIM, one micro-SIM. In fact, the c... [Read more]