Apps are a little slow recently, same happened at around this time last year. It's easy to forget but there were lots of features that I use released during 2020 ...
I don't think we should be surprised that there has been next to no development in AutoPilot/FSD, we are on a legacy version while the rewrite is being iterated by beta testers in the US.
- Speed sign recognition
- Car will now start charging when my charger provides power
- Sentry Cam viewer
- Spotify now supporting podcasts and generally being more reliable
- 2FA for my Tesla Account
- Traffic Light green alert sound
- App alerts if I leave the windows open
- SMS Messaging
- Being able to see an updating number of available SuC available from the map
As for windscreen wipers, yes mine are now terrible and go too fast and drag blades across a dry windscreen. They didn't used to be, but I've coated the glass with gTechnic which perhaps was a mistake.
When connected to an AC charger the car used to go to sleep if no power was provided, it would not recheck if power is provided later. If you use a smart charger to schedule when it will provide the charge the car would ignore it. Now, when there is a cable plugged and the car is willing to charge it will wake up every 15mins or something and potentially start charging.I'm surprised you say its only a recent thing that the car starts charging when the charger provides power, I'm pretty sure mines always done that and it seems to be how public chargers work?
I'm surprised you say its only a recent thing that the car starts charging when the charger provides power, I'm pretty sure mines always done that and it seems to be how public chargers work?
I think this was only a problem that affected the Model 3 which seem to be inline with your experiences.