iPhone there's one emergency setting you need to activate—it could just save your life.An American woman has credited Apple for saving her life when she used her iPhone's Emergency SOS function to call for help when a man attacked her in the middle of the night and threatened her with a knife.
Kelli Worst was leaving the beach around 2AM after a party with friends when a stranger asked her for help finding his iPhone. "He said he was in the military and not from here, and I just immediately thought of my brother, who's in the military," Kelli explained to reporters at Wavy in a harrowing video interview.She continued: "I figured he probably has to report somewhere in the morning.
He's going to be in trouble if he doesn't get there. I just felt bad for him and wanted to help him, and honestly when he told me he was in the military I felt a sense of safety."The man asked her to call his iPhone multiple times, which made Kelli suspicious as the phone's 'Find My' feature said the number was invalid.Read more on dailystar.co.uk