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Keep check of where you park your BMW i3 with the help of Apple Watch

By Faiming_low on 12 Sep 2014 in New technology

Attached Image Recently, Apple unveiled its Apple Watch which can talk to and locate where you left your BMW i3. Gone will be the days where you cannot remember where you parked. While details are not fully firmed yet, we know that BMW worked closely with Apple and developed an app for its range of i cars.

Attached Image As seen in the photo, it can tell how much charge does the battery have, estimated range left and whether the doors are locked. My guess is it could also map out where the nearest charging stations are and more. 

Of course, being a watch it can also tell time.

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kobayashiGT Sep 12 2014 10:53 AM

I hope Toyota will partner with Apple. i can tap twice and the door is unlock!

Darryn Sep 12 2014 11:31 AM

Is anyone using connected drive?  

is it anygood? 

ManHong Sep 12 2014 03:57 PM

in 10 years time iwatch can command the car drive itself to the pickup point..

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