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Discussion in 'Model X' started by Pilot Steve, Mar 12, 2017.
Elon Musk on Twitter
Very nice. Are there any indications on which features are targeted for AP2, 8.1
10 days means June
The optimist in me is excited about the imminent arrival of 8.1. But if past promises are an indicator of future performance, the pessimist has mentally multiplied "prob 10 days" by a factor of 10, and is excited for summer to arrive.
I was also thinking june when I read this..
I was thinking 8.1 SUCKED in windows...
I couldn't access the internet after the update.
ommmmmm, ommmmmm, ommmmmm
(nudge me when it's ready)
Three "weasel tells" in a single sentence:
So, "10 days"?
My wife still orders me to turn off autosteer (AKA drunk mode) whenever I "take the risk" and turn it on...and she's right.
LOL... Yeah... Still waiting on the week or so from January tweet...
I'm just glad 8.1 is still a thing. Hadn't heard much for a while.
Start a 8.1 launch pool. I say April 1st
On April 1, Tesla will announce Aero Mode for the X.
At certain speeds the opened Falcon Wing doors will angle to allow automomus flight. Will only be functional in a straight line, and at limited speeds, but after data analysis it is intended to be capable of extended flights with point to point navigation.
Stand by for additional details on April 1st.
My app just notified me that I had a software update available for my model X. Unfortunately my X is over at the Tesla Service Center (coolant leak). Could this be 8.1, or is this just another patch release?
What is your current firmware build?
I feel like 8.1 is just going to be a rebranded 8.0.x.
Release notes: Updated version number
Yay, we did it! MISSION ACCOMPLISHED
No silly. The will change a graphic somewhere, change some logic around speed, and maybe remove an option or button on screen, or change the number of clicks on remote for something - and then call it new!
I know why Tesla is always late with release dates. So this release will be probably in May/June.
Nikola Tesla is Serbian.
In Serbia 5 minutes is like 15 min at least..
10 things I have learned about the Serbs & Serbia – Fabian's Blog
6) Serbs have another definition of time:
The Serbs definitely have another definition of time. Serbian minutes do not have 60 seconds, I think they have at least 120 seconds. The outcome of this is that the Serbs are almost always late: when you have a meeting at 13h00 for sure that meeting will not start before 13h15. Another side effect is that when a Serb tells you ” in 5 minutes”, for sure it will happen in 10 minutes or 15 minutes or 20 minutes… For sure the South-European mentality had reached Serbia, before the first trains arrived (which were too late obviously) …
Maybe he can make a promise (like he did with Australia, "100 days or its free"). He should Tweet: 8.1 in 10 days or your next Tesla payment is on me.