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Apple's "Attack Detection" Patent Could Save iPhone Users

Ever found yourself in an emergency situation, with no help around? Well, Apple is here to save the day. An Apple p...

Apple's "Attack Detection" Patent Could Save iPhone Users

Ever found yourself in an emergency situation, with no help around? Well, Apple is here to save the day. An Apple patent application outlines a smartphone's remarkable feature that automatically calls for help in case of user distress. The "Mobile Emergency Attack and Failsafe Detection" was published by the American Patent and Trademark Office on Thursday.

 

Apple's invention could assist people who get mugged or hurt, or who fall ill, among other things. For instance, if someone stops working on their smartphone, the handset in the attack detection mode will dial the police, presuming the person has been robbed or assaulted. Also, if the device's accelerometer identifies an unexpected shock, like a car accident, the handset will dial emergency. The smartphone can further emit a loud alarm in order to attract people's attention nearby.

 

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The smartphone's attack detection mode would produce an emergency call list from the handset's contacts list or public services, or even from specific numbers the user has put in himself.

 

Calling for help has never been easier. Whether someone is in an emergency situation, or is witnessing one as a passer-by, the smartphone handles all distress.

 

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