Bloggers crashed the car to check the crash detector on iPhone 14 -- it's really working

Bloggers crashed the car to check the crash detector on iPhone 14 -- it's really working

===TechRax===TechRux's YouTube channel set up a bold experiment, which broke down the car to check whether the iPhone 14 car crash detection system was functioning, and for this purpose they equipped an old car with a remote control system and hit it several times in the back of another car.

The pilots are really brave and determined: even in the official Apple video, which tells us about the new system, the cars didn't hit. The video stressed that another release of their channel "". The test machine was equipped with a remote control system that wasn't told to the viewers, and an empty car just crashed into several rusty remains from other cars.

And the crash detection system on iPhone 14 did work, and after the first crash, it didn't start to signal until after a while, but for the second time, the lead had to rush to cancel the automatic emergency call.

The crash detection system appeared in the iPhone and Apple Watch of the last generation. By detecting an accident with special algorithms and sensors of the device, the smartphone or clock is sounding and showing a special notice, and if the notification does not respond within 10 seconds, the device initiates an emergency call by transmitting the recorded message and the coordinates of the crash site.