Apple Could End Distracted Driving
June 9th, 2017
iPhone users listen up. In the next update for the iPhone, Apple has included a "Do Not Disturb" feature for when you’re driving. Jalopnik reports the iOS 11 is due to be released soon and will include this revolutionary new feature that hopefully will have people less distracted behind the wheel. The new feature will be able to detect when your car’s moving and automatically silence notifications to keep the screen dark.
Users will also have the option of sending an auto-reply to contacts that will let them know you’re driving. The feature can be turned off if the iPhone user doesn't want it on but hopefully, people will use it since distracted driving from cell phones is a massive problem these days. What do you think, would you use it?
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