Connect with us

Hi, what are you looking for?

Tech News

Apple is adding Roadside Assistance via satellite to the iPhone

Apple brings satellite-powered Roadside Assistance to the iPhone 15 and iPhone 14 in a partnership with AAA. | Image: Apple

During the iPhone 15 launch event in Cupertino, Apple announced it’s adding satellite-powered Roadside Assistance to the iPhone in a partnership with AAA. Buying and activating a new iPhone 14 or iPhone 15 series device will include two years of Emergency SOS and Roadside Assistance access for free. The services they connect you to are covered under the AAA membership terms or available on a pay-per-use basis for non-AAA members.

The Roadside Assistance service — which is US only — is an expansion of the Emergency SOS via satellite feature launched with iPhone 14 last year. If you have car trouble, you can text AAA for assistance for your emergencies, such as being locked out, running out of fuel, or a flat tire (you know, those times…

Continue reading…

You May Also Like


Collaboratively administrate turnkey channels whereas virtual e-tailers. Objectively seize scalable metrics whereas proactive e-services.


Quickly coordinate e-business applications through revolutionary catalysts for change. Seamlessly underwhelm optimal testing procedures processes.

Editor's Pick

Gene Healy Last week, the New York Times ran a front-page story admiring President Biden’s political acumen on culture-war issues (“Biden Sidesteps Any Notion...

Editor's Pick

David Boaz I’ve written before about whether athletes take state taxes into account when they weigh competing offers. Here’s another example: Grant Williams left...