Does the esim support 5g speeds or do I need to use a physical sim instead.
Don't be too upset or envious about not getting mmWave in our iPhones; it's practically useless in day to day use. Verizon has precious little mmWave coverage except for tiny pockets of major cities. mmWave is a very fragile frequency that requires line of sight. It has almost no penetration through surfaces/walls etc. In fact, even rain can make you lose signal. It's a very limited use-case technology. Its best application will be in stadiums and arenas where they can pack a load of transmitters in a relatively small, enclosed site. As a technology for general population use the way we all use our phones day to day, it's not practical at all and we're not missing out on anything.
Waiting for the Pro Max. Curious to see the stock level for the flagship model.