Apple to provide secure satellite internet to iPhone 14 users

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Apple has made it official that it will be offering specialized hardware on its upcoming model of iPhone 14, which will have the capabilities of beaming internet directly from satellite services provider.

Thus, iPhone 14 users can stay connected with their near and dear even when they are living or visiting remote areas like forests, deserts, highly restricted regions that are banned on travel.

It is, however, unclear whether the iOS provider will team up with Elon Musk’s Starlink Internet services to deliver consistent web services to devices.

According to a Redditt discussion circling on the same matter, iPhone 13 model devices also had the capabilities to draw the internet directly from the satellites. But the company lacked the service provider to do so and so the hardware embedded on such devices was off no use.

Now that the technology giant has found a provider, it will disclose the news to all the iPhone 14 buyers on the release date, i.e., September 7th,2022.

As the iPhone will have futuristic capabilities and will be available in vivid colors, the company is said to hike the price of the model by 15%, because of high inflation across the world.

Therefore, journalists and politicians visiting remote places, hikers, environmentalists, biologists and people visiting other countries to attend sporting events can stay relived, as they can stay in touch with their family, friends and colleagues, with the help of a secure satellite-based internet.

We will know the price of iPhone 14, its features, its pros and cons after it is released in Sept second week of this year.

Every technology has its own pros and cons, and it depends on the mind that is using it. Likewise, a Satellite connected internet phone can do more harm than good, if it falls into wrong hands.

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Naveen Goud is a writer at Cybersecurity Insiders covering topics such as Mergers & Acquisitions, Startups, Cyber Attacks, Cloud Security and Mobile Security

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