No Emergency SOS Via Satellite
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Emergency SOS via satellite is a great safety feature on the iPhone 14. Apple has gone to great lengths to ensure that their emergency SOS feature is fully functional. The only area it won’t be available in is the satellite regions.

Apple’s iPhone 14 is not without its faults. If you buy an iPhone 14 in any of these regions such as China Mainland, Hong Kong, or Macao, be warned that your phone will not have the same quality equipment to connect to the satellite. Which means you won’t be able to access Emergency SOS via satellite if suffering a medical emergency.

Satellite SOS is only available in the U.S., Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands,while it will also be unavailable in Guam or American Samoa. For further details you visit the company support page.No Emergency SOS Via Satellite-1What is emergency SOS via satellite?

Apple’s Far Out event was action packed and showcased the Apple Watch Ultra. Having said that, when man wanders around to various places he may tend to get lost and this is where satellite SOS features can help you find your way home.

You can now send emergency messages via satellite if you are in a no-network zone. As with any new feature, it is available for a limited time in certain countries, but Apple could eventually expand its reach.

Send a distress call with the iPhone in international locations
If you bring an iPhone 14 outside of the U.S. or Canada, it might not be able to connect to the satellite. The iPhone 14 might eventually feature this technology, which would allow it to connect despite location.

Apple notes that to activate emergency SOS, you need to be able to see the sky but also possibly be in a dense location.No Emergency SOS Via Satellite-2Emergency SOS on iPhone 14- is it free?

Apple includes a two-year free service for emergency SOS, but after the promotion expires, it will cost to use. The service is set to start rolling out in late November 2022, but Apple didn’t disclose how much you would have to pay for the service.

For comprehensive coverage, check out our launches of the iPhone 14 and the iPhone 14 Pro. Our comparison of the iPhone 14 and iPhone 13 will help you get a clear idea if one is better than the other.

Want more? Here are four things that Apple should’ve done but did not do at their Far Out event. If this article helped you, do let us know in the comments, and share it with others so they can also know all about Apple’s latest self-safety features.

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