Apple launched the iPhone 14 series with the emergency SOS feature via satellite and fault detection. The satellite feature is intended to help people when network connections are not available. According to the latest, iPhone 14’s emergency SOS features via satellite and crash detection worked together to save the lives of victims in a vehicle that fell over a mountain. Scroll down to read more details about the story.
Apple’s Emergency SOS team via satellite and iPhone 14 fault finding led rescuers to a car that plunged 300 feet into a remote ravine
The accident occurred on the Angeles Forest Highway in the Angeles National Forest in California. The car plunged down the side of a mountain approximately 300 feet into a remote valley. The iPhone 14 in the car detected the accident and then contacted rescuers using Emergency SOS via satellite since no cellular signals were available.
The two people involved in the incident sent an Emergency SOS via satellite a text message that was forwarded to an Apple relay center. People at the deportation center have contacted the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department for help. The location of the victims has been previously located Montrose Search and Rescue Team They were taken to safety by helicopter. The people involved in the accident were taken to the nearest hospital and treated for moderate injuries.
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The Montrose search and rescue team confirmed that the iPhone 14’s emergency satellite service was used to provide “accurate latitude and longitude to the victims.” Apple’s emergency SOS satellite feature was also recently used to save the life of a man stranded in Alaska. In contrast, crash detection has been used many times to help.
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