- Apple is giving iPhone 14 users an additional free year of its satellite-based Emergency SOS feature
- The service was initially offered for two years, but the company decided to extend it for iPhone 14 users
- However, iPhone 15 users will not receive an extension and will need to pay for the service after two years
Well, well, looks like Apple is feeling generous again. iPhone 14 users will be delighted to hear that they’re getting an extra year of the satellite-based Emergency SOS feature for free. It’s like Apple is saying, “Hey, we know you can’t possibly survive without our life-saving service, so here, take another year on us!” But hold on, iPhone 15 users, don’t get too excited. You won’t be getting any extensions. Apple has decided to cut you off after the initial two-year period. It’s like they’re saying, “You’ve had your fun, now it’s time to pay up!” So, if you’re an iPhone 14 user, count your blessings, and if you’re an iPhone 15 user, start budgeting for the Emergency SOS service. It’s a cruel world out there.
Original Article: https://techcrunch.com/?p=2629306