Berikut iPhone 14 Satellite SOS Feature Available in Australia and New Zealand
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iwanrj.com – Jakarta – Last year, Apple released the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro series by adding the Emergency SOS via Satellite feature. After being present in the United States and several European countries, Apple is now launching it in Australia and New Zealand.
Apple has rolled out an Emergency SOS via Satellite feature in Australia and New Zealand for iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro users running iOS 16.1 or later.
With the addition of two more countries, the satellite feature is now available in 14 countries, namely the United States, United Kingdom, Austria, Belgium, Canada, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Portugal, Australia and New Zealand.
This satellite feature allows users to send text messages to emergency services when no cellular network or Wi-Fi connection is available. This feature can also be used without the addition of additional hardware or software.
When a user calls emergency services with this new feature, it sends the current location and a message that the user needs help.
It should be noted that this feature only works outdoors (not inside the house) that is directly facing a clear sky without obstructions, such as trees, buildings, etc.
Currently the Emergency SOS via Satellite feature is a free service for two years after activation of the iPhone 14 or iPhone 14 Pro, and after two years, the user must pay a monthly subscription fee to continue using this service.
Apple hasn’t disclosed how much it plans to charge for this feature after the free service period ends. [HBS]