Here's how to share your location via satellite with Find MyTuesday November 15, 2022 5:28 AM PST by Tim Hardwick
Apple today launched an emergency SOS service via satellite service in the US and Canada, and while this feature is intended to helping users in a real emergency, Apple satellites also allow anyone to share their location when offline.
New feature means you can now share your location with friends and family even if your iPhone 14 is without cellular connection or Wi-Fi access, which allows you to tell people your location while traveling in the wild.
The following steps show you how to use this feature, which can be accessed through the Find function. Mine is on iPhone 14 models running iOS 16.1 or later. Be sure to update your device, if you haven't already, via Settings -> General -> Software Update. Also note that you don't have to have cellular coverage and don't need to be connected to Wi-Fi for this feature to show up.
- Open the Find app on iPhone 14.
- Click on the Me tab.
- Swipe up to see My Satellite Location, then press Send My Location.
That's all there is to it . While you're out and about, anyone you share your location with will now be able to see where you are, regardless of your cellular coverage.
In addition to Emergency SOS and Find My, satellite connectivity is on The iPhone 14 line also works with other features available on the iPhone and Apple Watch, including collision detection and fall detection.
Please note that Apple satellite services are free for two years, starting from the date you activate your new iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Plus, iPhone 14 Pro, and iPhone 14 Pro Max. Emergency SOS via satellite and Find My via satellite are available today in the US and Canada and will be available in France, Germany, Ireland and the UK in December.
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