If you love amusement parks, you might want to stop Crash Detection. There have been reports of the emergency feature being activated on roller coaster rides.

Crash Detection, which can be found on the new iPhone 14 line, as well as the Apple Watch Series 8 and Apple Watch Ultra, has already been proven to work. It is possible that it will be a lifesaver in the event of a car accident.

It's possible to turn it off. This is how.

1. Go to settings

You can open the settings on your Apple watch. Go to the bottom and tap the emergency number.

2. Scroll down and disable "Crash Detection"

Several settings related to emergency settings can be found in the "EmergencySOS" section. If you find the setting called "Crash Detection", turn it off.

Screenshot of Crash Detection toggle in iPhone 14 Pro settings

Find the Crash Detection toggle in Emergency SOS settings. Credit: Apple

3. Confirm Crash Detection is disabled

The feature will be turned off if you don't want it to make an emergency call. Turn off.

screenshot of warning for turning off crash detection feature

Make sure you understand the risks before turning off Crash Detection. Credit: Apple

This is it. When the joy ride is over, turn Crash Detection on.