Remembering where you’ve parked can be one of the most daunting societal tasks, and there’s been no inbuilt solution on iOS to solve this. New imagery found lurking in the Maps app (in the iOS 8 beta 1) shows that Apple is likely working on implementing a feature remembering where you parked your car.
While the feature isn’t yet official, the new icons look to lend immense credence to the possibility that it is on its way. As noted by sources of 9to5Mac, the full rollout of this feature may see only devices equipped with Apple’s M7 motion coprocessor supported — currently only the iPhone 5s.
Maps itself still isn’t without its woes, with mapping issues still present in some regions, though not as life-threatening as previous ones.
It’s widely been rumored that many features were cut from the first beta of iOS 8 in order to be able to complete it in time for the WWDC keynote, and this may very well be one of them. Is anyone excited to possibly be able to find their car with Maps in the near future?