Soumya Prakash Pradhan

The eSIM feature on the Apple Watch is a game-changer for users who want to activate a cellular plan without a physical SIM card.

This particular feature, which is being referred to, can be accessed on any Apple Watch model that is Series 3 or newer.

It is running on the watchOS 7 software or a later version of watchOS. With eSIM, you can stay connected even when your iPhone is not nearby.

Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to enable eSIM on your Apple Watch:

• To activate eSIM on your Apple Watch, open the Watch app on your iPhone.

• Tap on the "Mobile Data" tab. If you don't see the "Mobile Data" tab, it means that your Apple Watch does not support eSIM.

• Select "Add a Plan" and choose a carrier that supports eSIM on Apple Watch.

• Once the plan is activated, you can check that your Apple Watch is connected to a cellular network by swiping up on the watch face to access the Control Center and tapping on the "Cellular" icon.

• The cellular icon should have a green dot to indicate that it is connected to a cellular network.

• With eSIM, you can make and receive calls and send and receive messages directly on your Apple Watch without the need for a physical SIM card.

It's important to note that eSIM plans may have different costs and features than traditional SIM plans, so be sure to check with your carrier for details.

Enabling eSIM on your Apple Watch is a simple process that allows you to stay connected and enjoy the benefits of this innovative technology.