middleman iPhone 14 Satellite Emergency SOSLaunched by Apple last month, it was first triggered by assisting a rescue in Alaska (United States). In the case that took place on Thursday, 1 man stranded in a deserted area in the middle of the snow🇧🇷
According to the Alaska Department of Public Safety, the man was traveling on a snowmobile between the cities of Noorvik and Kotzebue, and was stuck in the snow with no connectivity in a cold, remote location. Faced with difficulties, the traveler activated the new feature of the latest generation iPhone.
The fact that the warning he sent reached Apple’s Emergency Response Center at night prompted local authorities to act. Search teams managed to locate the mobile phone by reaching the area based on the GPS coordinates shared by the manufacturer.
found by staff Man rescued by iPhone 14 satellite emergency SOS She was rescued unharmed and transported safely to Kotzebue. There are no details about what caused it to get stuck halfway through, but one possibility is that the snowmobile had a mechanical failure.
Search team participating in the operation alaska rescue Impressed with the “accuracy and completeness” of the information provided in the satellite emergency alert of the new iPhone. MacRumors🇧🇷 The function is activated where there is no cellular signal or Wi-Fi. availableallows you to send a distress call.
Initially, the feature is only available in the United States and Canada, but will soon be available in the United Kingdom, France, Ireland and Germany. Service running on iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Plus, iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max, free for the first two years of use🇧🇷
Source: Tec Mundo