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Emergency services ask Apple for a life-saving location service

We live in an era in which technology advances at a dizzying speed , over the last decades we have been able to make use of it to take advantage of many things, a clear example of this may be the way many companies, brands or simply publishers work. We all know that the advances are increasingly impressive because 15 or 20 years ago we would not have imagined what we have in our hands today, we also know that Apple is largely to blame for most of the things that make our daily lives easier.

We have seen both Tim Cook and the rest of Cupertino’s company intervene in numerous proposals or pacts to help humanity itself, a clear case of this can be the Paris pact on climate change and gas emissions which Donald Trump rejected, the current president of the United States and therefore the CEO of the block does not get along very well with the resident of the white house, but the fact is that they have also been present even in parades which support homosexuality, the last public appearance of Cook was in 2014, although this year they have sold bracelets for Apple Watch users with the colors so representative of the day of pride.

Emergency services ask Apple for a life-saving location service
Emergency services ask Apple for a life-saving location service

It seems that our apple is generous lately because the emergency services are asking you to implement in your iPhone terminals a new tracking service that works even if the phone in question is turned off , which is quite similar to what they have against theft and other possible losses, but in this case with the function of alerting the emergency numbers corresponding to the country where the smartphone is located.

This may be the right time to add this type of technology to the next iPhone , the iPhone 8 which will be the most expensive mobile phone ever, surpassing the one thousand dollar starting price. It could also be the missing push for Apple to become the first company to be worth a billion, that is, a trillion dollars.

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