iOS 10 or later device able to note or mark your car on iPhone, iPad Map. See the predefined conditions and troubleshooting guide on how work to use features about Find my car on iPhone, iPad.
Quickly find your Vehicle, Car in a large parking area, Unknown places, Street Especially for Apple employees (they have ample parking building in new Apple Park, Not necessary, You can also try).
You are using CarPlay in your Car or not, the first Setup your iPhone with CarPlay.
Prerequisite: Parked Car not working on the iOS device
1. You must have latest iOS installed on your iPhone XS Max, XS, XR, X, 8 Plus, 7 Plus, iPhone 6, 6S, iPhone 5S/ 5
2. Turn on location services on Map (Get exact location via GPS). Go to the Settings > Privacy > Location Service.
3. Also enable Frequent Locations, Go to the Settings > Privacy > Location Service > System Services > Frequent Locations enabled.
Parked Location: Go to the Settings > Maps > Show parked locations.
4. Setup CarPlay and Bluetooth should be enabled, also Bluetooth in the car. To mark car for the last location before you leave the car.
Bluetooth Enabled in your Car and connected under Bluetooth devices list.
Alternatively, we can use Best Find My Car iOS app (iOS 12, iOS 11, iOS 10, iOS 9)
Find Your Car on Map using iPhone, iPad – Without Third-Party App
Step 1: Open Maps app on iPhone, iPad.
If above all settings enabled, then you map always updated with the current location of your car. After that on leave car, your CarPlay auto disconnected from iPhone, iPad (Because it’s connected to Bluetooth).
Step 2: Tap on the search field, Choose the parked car in the suggested list. Tap on Directions blue button, Choose your preferred route.
Remove parked pin from Map, Tap on car icon and Swipe up on Menu card and Remove car.
Note: if you are regularly Park your Car at home and Work address on that your parked pin not shown (Because you were known)
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