'I blacked out': Apple Watch pulls mother and baby out of a nasty car accident
The "command" in question can be simply holding the side button for two or three seconds, and the Watch automatically alerts both 911, and your emergency contact. It was the first time Mrs Anderson actually had to use the SOS function, in the two years since she had the watch as part of her lacrosse and basketball coaching practice routines. Her son was secured on the back seat, so he was not injured as badly.
"wow" treatment by Tim Cook himself.Thanks to the Apple Watch SOS function, though, both were able to receive timely care by the paramedics, preventing an even bigger disaster. Word to the wise - do turn that function on, and charge your Apple wearable regularly. Mrs Anderson even wrote to Apple to thank them, but it's unclear if she got the famous