Talking about being behind Android, iOS 11.3 beta 1 for developers has introduced Advanced Mobile Location (AML) for iPhones.

Wait, what is AML again?

AML is a pretty handy and useful feature brought by British Telecom, EE Limited and HTC. When an emergency call is made, AML coordinates the location using GPS and send a text message with the exact location of the one calling to the one who was the emergency contact.

The thing is that, if you are an Android user, chances are that you already have this since July, 2016, if you are on Gingerbread or higher, and it’s there for you if you live somewhere that allows this tech.

For now, iOS beta testers are getting this feature, but as Apple releases iOS 11.3 to the public (hopefully in February), all of iOS users will get this.