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iOS 8 Will Help You Find Your Parked Car Like Google Now

So you don’t have to worry about spending a good ten minutes on your car hunt because your iPhone is going to do the remembering for you.

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iOS 8 Will Help You Find Your Parked Car Like Google Now

Apple is really excited about the iOS 8 and it is loaded with a multitude of features which are innovative and quite interactive for the users. However, at some places the iOS 8 ideas are not that genuine after all but we don’t mind Apple buying their ideas from somewhere else as long as it presents them in the impressive way it always does. Apple has taken to the Google Now’s find my car feature.

We know that Apple has been behind many successes such as Siri but a thing such as Google Now is more useful in practical life. When you are confused where you left your car parked in a parking lot jam-packed with tons of others, find my car will come to your rescue and help you find your car. We know how that feels to be completely lost standing in front of a car park area and not having a clue where we left our car. In fact, it has proven to be rather useful for those who’ve tested it out, and from iOS 8 onwards, it would seem that iPhone, iPad and iPod touch users will be able to enjoy comparable functionality.

It is being said that the inaugural iOS 8 beta is going to reveal “parking pin” features, which could integrate with Apple Maps and allow a user to take note of the precise location they left their car. So you don’t have to worry about spending a good ten minutes on your car hunt because your iPhone is going to do the remembering for you. However, it is not sure whether the feature will be available as soon as iOS 8 comes or make its way later in an update.

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<a href="/latest_stories/all/all/32" rel="author">Ahmed Humayun</a>
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