- Apple's free Emergency satellite SOS goes live!
- Apple is building a rival to the metaverse
- iPhone 4K video - it’s a scam!
- The magic of Apple's Find My network
- Steve Jobs’ stinky old sandals go to auction
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This week's stories
Apple launches free Emergency SOS via satellite on all iPhone 14 models
- iPhone 14 models can now use Apple’s Emergency SOS via satellite service. It allows users of the latest iOS handsets to exchange texts with emergency services while outside of cellular and Wi-Fi coverage.
Apple is building a rival to the metaverse
- Apple job listings offer a peek into the development of the company’s long-rumored AR headset. Cupertino seemingly wants to create augmented reality and 3D content for its mixed-reality device, which could arrive in early 2023.
Steve Jobs’ sandals sell for a lot more than you might imagine anyone paying for used shoes - lewis
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