The iPhone's Crash Detection feature automatically falls back to Emergency SOS via satellite when outside of Wi-Fi or cellular coverage.
Take advantage of satellite connectivity to share your precise location via satellite using Apple's Find My app and your iPhone 14 or iPhone 14 Pro.
In addition, Apple has confirmed that Emergency SOS via satellite will be available in December in France, Germany, Ireland and the United Kingdom.
Emergency SOS via satellite on iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro will officially become available to use beginning later in November 2022, Apple has confirmed.
Apple's new Emergency SOS via satellite feature could come to other countries later this year, with additional ones following sometime in 2023.
Earlier today, Apple seeded the fifth beta of iOS 16 to developers. And, as is par for the course, the new seed also includes a few new tweaks to the formula. Nothing is quite set in stone, and some of these new elements may not make it to the final cut when the software launches to the public later this year.
Both iOS 15.6 and iOS 16 allegedly provide a new toggle that lets you test emergency alerts from the US government on your iPhone and Apple Watch.
This year's upcoming iPhone 14 models is rumored to add satellite connectivity for SOS response features and emergency contacts anywhere there's satellite coverage.
Emergency SOS on Apple Watch stars in a new Apple advertisement that tugs the heartstrings by reinforcing how the wrist-worn device could help save lives.
Emergency SOS in iOS 15.2 can be initiated with rapid presses of your iPhone's power button or by holding down the power button and either volume button together.
Apple reportedly intends to unveil a new feature in 2022 for its iPhone and Apple Watch devices that would automatically place a call to emergency services such as 911 in the United States immediately after a car accident has been detected.