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Prepare to receive more emergency alerts on your iPhone, but there’s no cause for panic

[2018-07-13 13:56:26]

The US government’s Emergency Alert System (EAS) is, unfortunately, probably best known for the false alarm in Hawaii back in January. Residents of the island were woken by a loud alarm sound and a message stating that ballistic missiles were on the way …

Prepare to receive more emergency alerts on your iPhone, but there’s no cause for panic


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