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Free Gift for iPhone 14 Users

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When Apple launched the new iPhone 14 series, it came with a key new feature: emergency SOS via satellite. It came with two years of free access. Now, Apple has just made a surprise announcement: iPhone 14 users can have an extra year of access for free. 

 The service allows users to contact emergency services when there was no cellular connection. It went live a year ago today. Which means that anyone with an iPhone 14 then would have one year of free trial access left by now. 

 That’s just been extended by a year, so, providing you have an iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Plus, iPhone 14 Pro or iPhone 14 Pro Max activated before today, you now have two years’ access again. It’s also available for all iPhone 15 series models, with two years’ free trial available for those phones from the moment they are activated, too. 

 This feature is available in the U.S., the U.K., Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Portugal, Spain and Switzerland. 

 It means that if you go off-grid or come into a situation where you have no internet connection, you can try and send an SOS message via satellite. 

 What do you think about this new feature? Will this be a new must-have on all phones soon?

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