IOS 13.5 Developer Beta 4 and Public Beta 3 updates have been released for all iPhone users. And although some minor changes in the operating system of the phones have surfaced. It seems that what most aroused curiosity was none other than the implementation of a very important new feature during this strange time that we live.
Having said that, after all, it will be possible for all iPhone users to share their medical records while calling 112. Which will help the operator in question who answers the call to know whether or not there may be more serious problems beyond those that are described during the call.
Call 112 via iPhone? You can share your medical record!
So, if you happen to have an iPhone you should certainly know that Medical ID allows all users to put some crucial information about their health in the iPhone's Health application. For example, blood type, current medical conditions, allergies, emergency contacts, etc.
However, in order for strangers or even rescuers to access this information, they would have to be able to unlock the person's iPhone. And if she was unable to do so, then the information could never be known at that very moment.
Thus, the new update allows users to activate the function of revealing their medical record whenever they call 112. And if you happen to be afraid that your information will end up being revealed to other people … take it easy! All of this will be encrypted and accessed only and only by the rescuer on the other end of the call in a totally secure way.
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In short, this new update for iPhone will also be applied to series 4 and 5 of Apples Watches and your medical record will be available to rescuers in the event of a fall.
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