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Apple Wants iPhones to Detect Car Crashes, Auto-Dial 911

Apple Wants iPhones to Detect Car Crashes, Auto-Dial 911

Beginning next year, iPhone users who are in a car accident could have their phone dial 911 automatically.

Apple Inc. plans next year to roll out a product feature called “crash detection” for iPhones and Apple Watches, according to documents reviewed by The Wall Street Journal and people familiar with the feature.

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