Four iPhone 14 models released this year are reported to include the new satellite communication emergency SOS feature, which will be available in the U.S. and Canada in November, and a new report today claims that Apple plans to add the new satellite communication emergency SOS feature over time, according to a new report today. This functionality extends to other countries.
Apple reportedly informed Swiss website MacPrime that the company plans to launch the satellite emergency SOS service in more countries later this year, including next year, but it is unclear when the feature will be available in other countries. actually launched.
Emergency SOS via Satellite is designed to allow iPhone 14 series models to connect directly to satellites, allowing users to send emergency services text messages outside of cellular and Wi-Fi coverage. When the feature rolled out in the U.S. and Canada, Apple said the service would be free for the first two years.
The U.S. version of the iPhone 14 series and others supports the long-rumored emergency message sent via communications satellite, called Emergency SOS. When the user is not within range of the cell phone signal, the cell phone’s antenna can be connected to satellite communications. By customizing the short text compression algorithm, the size of the message can be reduced by 3 times. When a clear sky can be seen, the time to send a message is less than 15 seconds. Satellite location sharing is supported. In field scenes, emergency rescue and other fields, The satellite communication function can perform certain functions. You can also use the Find My app to share a location without sending a message.