iPhone 14 has reveale at Apple’s yearly September conference. This year’s highlights include the A16 Bionic Chip and the new Dynamic Island, which is basically an island-style isolate notch.
You also have improvements to the camera, the new Action mode, and of course, the larger screen and to round it off is the new iOS 16.
The iPhone 14 and iOS 16 now get some features that will be helpful for car owners.
The iPhone 14 boasts of a crash detection feature which notifies your emergency contact in case of an accident.
The GPS detects the speed changes, the barometer will detect the cabin pressure and the microphone will recognize the accident or loud thud noises.
When detect, the system will send a notification to the phone as well as the Apple Watch.
If the user doesn’t respond to the notification in 10 seconds a notification will be sent to the user’s emergency contact.
Emergency Satellite SOS
In case you’re stranded without any network connection and want to send an emergency message, this feature of the iPhone 14 comes into play.
If you’re in a clear open space, you can directly point your phone towards the sky and the system will tell you which direction the satellite is.
When the satellite is detect, a short emergency text will be sent to the Apple Replay centre, which will further pass on the notification to the emergency contact.
You can even specify the emergency and accordingly, the text will be sent in 15 seconds.
You can use this feature to even share your live location on Find My.
The iPhone’s new “display island” shows a variety of information which also includes turn-by-turn direction.
So just switch on the maps and even if you have change the screen, you can see the turn-by-turn directions on the display notch.
You can use it even if you’re not on the ‘Maps’ window.
iOS 16 will also be roll out on 12th September 2022, which will give us access to the new Apple CarPlay interface.
Car company will begin incorporating the new CarPlay for the extend large screens by late 2023.