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Discussion in 'Model 3' started by RyanDe, Jun 21, 2018.
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I don't see any proof yet, release notes don't mention it.
Well it did start rolling out today according to TeslaFi. Anxious to see the release notes!
As someone who has to park in a super tight condo garage spot, this is exciting news.
My dog has no respect for tiny parking spaces!
Note that there is a thread discussing 24: Software Update 2018.24 baf6ebc
It's in the Model S subforum, but info might end up there.
Summons is nice but I would much rather have the car parked too close next to me to have summons. I would really like Calendar sync added to the 3.
I think cal sync is there, no? I see the option in the app but have no use for it.
It's on the app but not on the car - I think on the app is generic for all cars and currently works on the S & X.
The app exposes more capabilities based on the firmware of the car it connects to.
That's why you can set options for summon notifications but can't actually summon your Model 3.
Hnnnngghhhhhh my biggest "things I'm waiting for" item that is still pending. Push the update to meeeeeeeeee
Can we please call it "Summon" and not "Summons"? I know its minor but its like when people called the iPod Touch the iTouch... it slowly ate away at my sanity.
Summon is a must for Costco parking, so many impatient drivers waste spaces.
Man, I won't use it for situations like that. Just invites door ding carnage. Then again with all of my cars I tend to park so far from where I'm going I might as well use Uber to get to the front door.
I would not be trying to squeeze my Model 3 in between some cars where a child is likely to flail open a door.
I usually park as far away as possible. A little walking never hurt anyone.
No need for an iTouch anymore now that I have my iWatch!
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I am in 100% agreement with you. BUT, I bought a brand new Porsche years ago. I parked out in left field of a shopping mall, no cars within 50 yards. Someone came along and keyed it! My current strategy is to park relatively close in but in an end stall right next to the side curb. That way I can eliminate at least 50% of the potential exposure to damage.