Apple will keep Globalstar in orbit

Apple don’t send Globalstar business on the moon, but near-Earth orbit might suffice.

With the unveiling of its iPhone 14 family on Wednesday, Apple has finally confirmed a long-running rumor that the devices will be able to connect directly to satellites. The feature, called Emergency SOS, will allow iPhone 14 models to send messages from remote locations not covered by traditional cellular infrastructure. Apple says the service will launch in November and will be free for iPhone 14 buyers for two years. He did not specify what it might cost after that.


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