India, July 2 -- After introducing the emergency SOS via satellite feature in the iPhone 14 series, Apple will now extend the service to calls and internet, too, LiveMint reported citing PCMag. In a Federal Communications Commission (FCC) filing, Apple's partner Globalstar hinted at the possibility of iPhone's enhanced satellite-powered features.

The SOS feature allows users to send texts to emergency services without the need of cellular reception of WiFi. The feature has helped rescue several people stranded in remote areas. Find My app can be utilised to share location with people via satellite.

The filing details a plan by T-Mobile and SpaceX to to power satellite internet services for "unmodified" T-Mobile smartphones.