Apple Announces Troubleshooting on iPhone 14 Pro and New Apple Watch Models

You have to hand it over to Apple to take something everyone else was afraid of (“How could Apple replace the notch with that ugly side I am,” people would say when shows hit the fan) and replace it with something undeniably cool, a dynamic island. Just days before the keynote, we learned that instead of a side-by-side, a lozenge-shaped cutout, opaque from end to end, will replace the notch above the displays on the iPhone 14 Pro models.

Dynamic Island is a notification bar that changes the look and becomes the controls for your streaming media player, part of Apple Maps, alerts you to a phone call, reads and answers texts, checks your ride sharing and more. This one feature may push Android users to switch to iOS. Another feature coming for both iPhone and Apple Watch is one that has already been introduced on certain Pixel devices and will soon be installed on other Android phones; This feature can detect when you have been in a car accident And call for help if needed.

Apple adds a new troubleshooting feature to the iPhone 14 series and new Apple Watch models

An Apple feature called Crash Detection and is the subject of a new Apple TV ad, Introducing TroubleshootingReleased today. Found on iPhone 14 Pro models, Apple says, “iPhone 14 Pro comes with Crash Detection, a vital new security feature that can detect a serious car accident and call for help automatically, even when you can’t. Add this to the new 48MP Pro camera And a completely reimagined screen, iPhone 14 Pro redefines what a smartphone can do once again.”

The ad shows what your iPhone screen will look like if it detects that you’ve had an accident. The screen says “It looks like you’ve had a crash”. The phone adds that it will start Emergency SOS if you don’t respond. Here’s how the feature works. Using a new dual-core accelerometer, barometer, and other sensors, the phone can detect a serious car accident, and automatically count down for 10 seconds. If you do not respond after the countdown, the phone will assume that you are unconscious or in shock and will call emergency services.
Fault detection uses “advanced Apple-designed motion algorithms trained on more than 1 million hours of real-world driving data and crash history.” apple It also added this feature to the three new Apple Watch models it announced on Wednesday: the Apple Watch Series 8, the second generation Apple Watch SE, and the new Apple Watch Ultra. In some regards, falling detection on your Apple Watch is like asking for help and even leaving your location after falling and being unable to respond.

Pre-order iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Plus, iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max now!

Don’t be surprised if you see a 30-second ad accompanying this article on your favorite TV shows and sporting events this weekend. Pre-orders for the iPhone 14 series, consisting of the 6.1-inch iPhone 14, 6.7-inch iPhone 14 Plus, 6.1-inch iPhone 14 Pro, and 6.7-inch iPhone 14 Pro Max, are in progress. The phones will be launched on September 16th.