Apple’s new iPhone 14, however, may have a feature that allows users to send and receive SOS messages via satellite in the event that cellular service is unavailable. According to Bloomberg journalist Mark Gurman, the upcoming iPhone 14 may have satellite connectivity, according to Mashable reports. Due to the Qualcomm X60 modem, the Apple smartphone will be able to communicate with satellites in the future.
Only in the most dire of circumstances should you choose to make use of this option. Apple’s foray into satellite technology was first reported on by Bloomberg in 2019. A similar prediction for the iPhone 13 was made by Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo last year. Though it didn’t come out until 2021, the feature might allow iPhones to run without the need for 4G or 5G network connectivity, but with limited capabilities.
It is expected that the new iPhone 14 will come with a punch-hole camera sensor with a 48 MP resolution and no mini version will be available. Later this year, we can expect the iPhone 14 series to be released by Apple. (ANI)