2012年9月19日星期三

Apple in hope of Synchronization of iPhone and GPS

Apple is exploring solutions for the poor performance of accuracy of exposing location of the iphone's built-in GPS satellites for the synchronization of iPhone with auto so that people can better use the car GPS.

It is reported that in May 2012, Apple submitted to the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office a document about the patent sync on iPhone and cars. The patent is designed to realize the sharing of location information between the cars and the iPhone in order that people can use functions such as turn-by-turn navigation, including the optional feature of vehicle GPS tracking your location. The information of address book in iPhone can also be synchronized with your car, which makes it easier to set the destination.

In addition, according to Apple insiders, Apple's iOS senior vice president ScottFotstall is one of the investors of the mobile automotive equipment synchronization patents.

We learn from experience that when there is no 3G coverage surrounding you, which is very normal in Australia, people worried about the iPhone's Maps application for navigation. This is not just that GPS can’t locate your-self accurately. iOS6 has no Google Maps, whether Apple's Maps application on the 3G is reliable, its data is the same with Google map data or not, is a big problem. Or can we say that the concern is greater than what the public worries about?

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