Apple optimizes crash detection in iOS 16 update

Apple an American Tech Giant, recently launched the iOS 16.1.2 update for iPhones, and the organization is looking out key capabilities in its patch notes. These new updates are “improved compatibility with wireless carriers” and “Crash Detection optimizations on iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro models,” as per The Verge an American technology news website.

The Verge has stated that in keeping with a report from The Wall Street Journal the Crash Detection Feature is designed to activate emergency SOS and alert emergency offerings if it thinks a consumer has been in a car crash however the function has additionally triggered for humans appropriately using rollercoasters. Based at the vague iOS 16.1.2 patch notes, it is uncertain if the update addresses these sorts of mistaken alerts.

There can be some errors with the Crash Detection feature since it has been just launched. According to The Verge, the iOS 16.2 beta would include a feature where the users can report accidentally activating emergency SOS.

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