Apple unveiled the iPhone 14 at a launch event in the US, which has technologies for emergency satellite connectivity and car crash detection. The company is launching two sizes: the iPhone 14 and the iPhone 14 Pro. The most recent phones can call for help in an emergency through satellite. The phone will provide instructions on how to aim the device appropriately and will display the positions of passing satellites in the sky. It can take anywhere from 15 seconds to several minutes to send a basic message. The iPhone 14 Pro’s and iPhone 14 Pro Max’s designs have undergone the most significant changes, with the top of the screen now featuring a pill-shaped cutout. The Dynamic Island, which can change shape depending on the available alerts, has taken the place of the black notch, which many iPhone users disliked. Deep purple, black, silver, and gold are the various color options for the phone. The iPhone 14 costs $799 (US) at launch, while the iPhone 14 Pro costs $999.

Apple also revealed the Watch Ultra, a new wearable that is dust-proof, swim-proof, and crack-resistant, meant for high-intensity exercises. Ultramarathoner Scott Jurek of Born to Run attended the watch’s launch, which focused on a wider face design for use in extreme activities. With the assurance that all Ultra watches have a battery life of up to 36 hours on a single charge and an extended battery life of 60 hours, Apple promises that its customers will have the power to complete an ultra-triathlon, which comprises swimming, cycling, and running. The Apple Watch Ultra has a starting price of $799 in the US and £849 in the UK.