Apple and AAA not too long ago partnered to offer roadside help for iPhone 14 and iPhone 15 prospects experiencing automobile hassle with out mobile protection. Now Brian Tong has made a new video that exhibits Roadside Assistance via satellite in motion.
Within the video, Brian Tong walks by the method of truly utilizing Roadside Assistance via satellite and the way it works on iPhone 14 and iPhone 15.
As we’ve talked about earlier than, the characteristic is invoked by creating a new message within the Messages app and typing in ‘street’ to point out Roadside Assistance. This solely seems when your iPhone is out of mobile vary and SOS seems within the service area.
Within the video demonstration, he makes use of the instance of a AAA service member popping out to leap a useless battery on a automobile. After all, you’ll want an iPhone 14 or later and an lively AAA membership within the U.S. for this characteristic to work. T-Cellular gives some prospects with a one-12 months free membership. In any other case, AAA is bought individually.
Or, for those who’re like me, you might determine to lastly purchase a car battery jump starter to maintain in your trunk after years of asking for a leap from another person when your battery inevitably dies.
Anyway, it’s good to see Roadside Assistance via satellite absolutely demonstrated with out truly having to want it but. Test it out:
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