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Soon your iPhone will be able to tell you where you've parked your car

Finding your vehicle in a packed car park is going to be that little bit easier.

Image: Sam Boal/RollingNews.ie

WHEN YOU’RE IN a large car park, remembering where exactly you parked can be a bit of a nightmare.

The next version of iOS will automatically remember a vehicle’s location at the end of a journey. Spotted by AppleInsider, it happens when a car is parked in a place that isn’t the user’s home.

The car’s location will show up on Apple Maps as a recommended location, and a user can also see the location without having to unlock the phone.

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iOS 10 will be made available to every iPhone model going back to the iPhone 5. The update will include a number of changes such as new features for iMessage, a redesigned lock screen and notifications, and third-party support for Siri.

A public beta will be launched in July while the official release will likely arrive in September, shortly following Apple’s iPhone launch event.

Google Now on Android also offers a similar function. Users can activate it by going into Customise > Everything Else > How do you usually get around and changing it to Driving.

It’s likely that Apple’s version will work in a similar manner.

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