Apple launched the Emergency Call service, which is intended to help those who are in real danger and can communicate with emergency services even when you do not have a cellular or Wi-Fi connection. Not only that, you can share your location with friends and family, let them know where you are, and check on you. This service may not be available now in many countries, but get to know it, this may be useful.
You can take advantage of the satellite connection feature and activate it through Find My on iPhone 14 models running iOS 16.1 or later, and the feature will not appear to you unless your phone is outside cellular coverage and not connected to a Wi-Fi network.
◉ Open the Find My app on iPhone 14.
◉ Click on the “Me” tab.
◉ Swipe up to see “My Location via Satellite,” then tap “Send My Location.”
With these steps and as long as you are in a place that allows you to see the sky, you will be able to share your location with someone and they will know your location even if there is no network in your phone.
Thought turning on Airplane mode and turning off Wi-Fi will not allow this feature to work, it must be a real network outage.
The satellite connection service will be free for two years, starting from the time you activate the iPhone 14. The service is now available in the United States and Canada, and will be available in France, Germany, Ireland and the United Kingdom in December, and Apple has promised to expand the service to other countries in 2023.