Apple today announced that its emergency SOS satellite security service is now available to customers in the United States and Canada. The technology, available on all iPhone 14 models, allows users to send messages to emergency services even outside of cellular and Wi-Fi coverage.
Additionally, users who want to keep friends and family informed of their whereabouts while off-line can now open the Find My app and share their location via satellite.
Emergency SOS via Satellite is available in the US and Canada starting today, November 15 and will also be available in Germany in December, France, UK and Ireland will be available. Later, the service seems to cost: users who bought an iPhone 14 before the availability date of emergency call SOS via satellite will get the service free of charge for two years from the availability date.
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