Category: emergency calls

How to Activate Emergency SOS on iPhone

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Do you want to know how to contact emergency services for any reason? In that case, you’ll be pleased to know that all iPhone models offer an emergency SOS feature that’s very easy to access at the press of a button.

Emergency SOS feature could prove to be a real lifesaver in a variety of different situations. Every second counts in the case of an emergency and being able to contact emergency services as quickly as possible would ensure your safety at the earliest. The SOS feature on your iPhone can automatically call your local emergency helpline,…

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How to Share Medical ID During Emergency Calls from iPhone Automatically

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The Medical ID feature of iPhone has been a part of the Health app for years now, but now it’s potentially even more useful, by allowing users to automatically share their Medical ID while making emergency calls from their iPhones.

Built into the Health app, Medical ID is primarily used to keep a record of your medical conditions, medications you use, allergies, blood type, and more. With iOS 13.5 or newer, Apple made it so that every time you contact an emergency service like 911, your device will automatically share your medical information with the person…

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How to Use Fall Detection on Your Apple Watch

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Fall Detection was a feature added to Apple Watch Series 4 and later that allows the watch to call emergency services if it believes the wearer has taken a tumble. It’s a wonderful feature that has already been shown to save lives and it’s absolutely one that you should consider enabling.

We’re going to show you how you can enable and use fall detection with Apple Watch.

In order for Fall Detection to work properly, you should set up a Medical ID on your iPhone. That ensures that your Apple Watch knows the best person to call if you take a hard fall….

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