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Discussion in 'iOS 10' started by penajmz, Jun 13, 2016.
So I installed iOS 10 at work, drove home and when I parked my car this showed up. So neat!
But how does it know it's parked?
That is very cool. It's always the little things I appreciate the most.
Disconnected CarPlay I'm guessing
Do you use CarPlay, or did it notice you parking by itself?
Edit: you beat me to it
I'm going to take a wild guess and say it uses the following arguments:
- device is moving faster than X mph (faster than walking), assume user is in a moving vehicle
- device has stopped moving X amount of minutes since last movement has been reported. Assume vehicle is stopped or parked.
When I go to Maps it shows this as one of the destinations.
same conditions apply to a bus - I hope I won’t get notifications about where I “parked” it
I'm sure it'll be something you can turn off.
I always hoped to have a function that tells me what time I feel asleep last night.
Perhaps the last user-input the previous night.
It's likely tied to the cars Bluetooth. Just like the Reminders app can remind you when you get in/out of the car.
Very cool feature.
Maybe if the bus has a driver change haha.
Google had this for quite some time already. Glad to see Apple implementing it.
For me, it was when it disconnected from my car. I have a 2004 BMW, so I assume it can detect when it disconnects from a car's Bluetooth system and is therefore not dependent on CarPlay integration...
Definitely tied to bluetooth. Similar to when you hook up to your bluetooth, it tells you how long it will take to go home (or your next scheduled event)
Waze does this without Bluetooth; if you enable, uses motion sensor to know when you're walking, and have therefore parked (don't know if this is how Maps does it).
I wonder how this could be applied to human powered vehicles..
That’s what some people reported with iOS 9. Makes prefect sense as Bluetooth’s MAC address includes vendor’s ID - which can tie it down to type of device where it’s used.
Check out Sleep Cycle
Definitely not related to CarPlay because I don't have that, I drive a ford withMyTouch and Sync. I get the parked car notification when I disconnect from Bluetooth.
Apple made a big deal with the M7 coprocessor of its ability to distinguish between walking, running, and driving. The phone has had this ability for a while, Apple just finally put it to a good use.