A new iPhone shortcut can not start recording if you get pulled over by the police.

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According to Business Insider an iPhone user has created a shortcut for iPhones that allows users to begin recording when using the command "Hey Siri, I'm getting pulled over."

The shortcut is called "Police" and according to the article it can be used handsfree.

Hey Siri, I'm getting pulled over." Then the program pauses music you may be playing, turns down the brightness on the iPhone, and turns on "do not disturb" mode. It sends a quick text to a predetermined contact to tell them you've been pulled over, and it starts recording using the iPhone's front-facing camera. Once you've stopped recording, it can text or email the video to a different predetermined contact and save it to Dropbox.

In order to use the shortcut, you first need to install the Apple App "Shortcuts" and then download the "Police" shortcut.




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