I've noticed for the last few days that the calendar is not spontaneously showing on the screen when I enter the car. I have the calendar app preference to show the calendar on entry "always." I didn't take careful note but I just got the iphone 6 (with launch ios 8) so it might be that (i do recall the pop up seemed to work when I had the iPhone 5s with iOS 8 on it). I'm on Tesla OS 6.0 (.15 updated), iphone 6 w iOS 8 and the current Tesla app. I've removed all bluetooth devices from the Tesla, rebooted both screens, and re-paired the iphone 6. Media, phone calls work fine. The car's calendar shows that it is getting updated within a minute of me opening the Tesla app, and I have the notifications etc configured properly on my iphone 6. I wasn't observant enough to see if the calendar pop up on entry disappeared with the new iphone or if it stopped working beforehand, or if the .15 update broke this. Come to think of it, the "show calendar on entry" function ideally should be independent of the phone (the phone updates the calendar but its presence shouldn't be required to pop up the calendar-- especially since it might take a little while for the car to detect the Bluetooth connection). When the function worked, the calendar was on the screen the instant the screen turned on. Can anyone else confirm the behaviour?