First Life Saved by iPhone 14
The new feature offered by technology giant Apple with the iPhone 14 models saved a man’s life for the first time in Alaska. Here are the details of the event…
Troops in the US state of Alaska received an SOS signal early on the morning of December 1. The warning stated that a man carrying a snowplow from one town to another was stuck in the snow in the distance.
iPhone 14 Impressed the Recovery Team
They received the GPS coordinates sent from the iPhone 14 along with the SOS message, and the man was eventually found quickly. The protagonist of the story was in a place where the cell phone was not picking up but the satellite link was working. Soldiers assisting the rescue operation were reportedly stunned by the accuracy and completeness of the information transmitted by the iPhone.
It turned out that the victim took advantage of a new feature of the iPhone 14 and sent an emergency message over the satellite link. According to the source, Apple’s response center contacted local search and rescue teams and the county coordinator for such operations, after which a team of volunteer search officers was dispatched to the geographic location where the SOS signal came from.