So I've noticed something interesting about my phone's traffic-on-your-way-home-from-work predictions on the notification screen. I suspect that Apple wrote it such that it looks at *current* traffic (right now) for the route home on each stretch of that road NOW (as if you'd drive each stretch of your route NOW). But the thing is, you *don't* drive like that. I get to the nasty stretch of stop-and-go 20 minutes into my commute if I start NOW. At 5:00, that congestion doesn't exist. At 5:20, it *always* exists on that stretch every day Monday - Friday. It makes no sense for the software to look at how that piece of road is faring at 5:00 and use that math. It consistently tells me "Traffic is unusually heavy" (which it isn't - it's ALWAYS this heavy) and that it'll take me 35 minutes. It takes me 50 minutes every time. Not 35. It doesn't learn. And it doesn't look at last Friday's traffic on those roads at the times one would arrive at those points to make a prediction. It could but it doesn't. Thoughts?