Introducing Emergency SOS via satellite | Apple

Emergency service, even without service. iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro let you text emergency services via satellite when cell service or Wi-Fi are unavailable.

Apple has announced the launch of its Emergency SOS via satellite feature on the iPhone 14 series in Australia and New Zealand. The feature is designed to provide users with a way to contact emergency services even when they are out of cellular and Wi-Fi coverage.

The Emergency SOS via satellite feature works by allowing users to make a 911 call first, and if no networks are available, an option to text emergency services via satellite appears. This allows users to send their location and short messages directly to emergency services, who can then respond accordingly.

The feature is now available on all iPhone 14 models, including the iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Plus, iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max. Apple has been working hard to roll out this feature in more countries around the world, and it’s great news that Australians and New Zealanders now have access to this important safety tool.

This new feature is just one of many ways that Apple is making its devices safer for everyone. With the addition of Emergency SOS via satellite, users can feel more secure knowing that help is always within reach – even when they’re out of cellular or Wi-Fi range.

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