iPhone thinks it detects traffic accidents on roller coasters

Apple’s iPhone 14, on sale since September, can detect car crashes and automatically call for help, but it seems the technology isn’t as foolproof as expected. “On a sunny September Sunday, Sara White and her children entered the Kings Island amusement park on the outskirts of Cincinnati. The 39-year-old dentist stuffed her brand-new iPhone 14 Pro into her well-protected bumbag, then she got on the Mystic Timbers roller coaster cart and buckled her seatbelt, tell it Wall Street Journal. Once back down, she looked at her phone. The lock screen showed a list of missed calls from an emergency department dispatcher asking if she was okay.

The message sent by the iPhone to 911 (the number for the American emergency services)

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