It’s a big help
A few weeks ago, Apple released a new iOS update and finally allowed its CarPlay automotive interface to access third-party navigation apps. This means we can now use Google Maps and Waze on our cars' infotainment screens, rather than on smartphones
We have yet to try Waze, however
Hard to believe for those of us accustomed to using Waze and/or Google Maps to navigate the metropolis, but there are drivers out there who refrain from using navigation apps when behind the wheel. From my conversations with Grab drivers, they
Finally
If you're an Apple user with an Apple CarPlay-equipped car, then you haven't been able to enjoy having your phone's navigation app reflect on the infotainment screen. That is, unless you're one of
The volume always needs to be 'just right'
Every motorist has routines or presets they would prefer to follow to the dot. Sometimes, they're biggies like being religious when it comes to their car's preventive maintenance schedule. In other instances they're negligible, like that
Old school vs. new school
So while browsing Reddit (to our bosses, if you're reading this, we promise it was purely for research purposes and not because we were goofing off), we chanced upon a thread on r/Cars titled "Underrated driving skill: Knowing your directions."
Kids these days are #blessed
Long before the number sign was called a hashtag and phones were swiped instead of dialed, cars as we knew them were pretty bare. Sure, they still had four wheels and an engine, but they lacked many amenities which are considered standard
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