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In a Tesla App update, the company now makes it possible to review new OTA software release notes from the App, which before required entering the car. Also, code lines from the update hint at the imminent possibility of viewing the interior camera.
Tesla continues to delight its customers with even easier and more comfortable use of its cars. In the new iOS Tesla App update, the company has provided the ability to review OTA software update notes for the car, without the need to be in it. Previously, owners could already install the update on their cars through the App, but they still had to get into the car afterward to read the release note. Thanks to the changes, owners will now be able to read the release note directly from their phones, and start using the features as soon as they get in the car. This feature was rolled out in Tesla App version 4.15.0. but, owners should make sure that their vehicle software is up to version 2022.40+.
In addition, the code lines of the updated Tesla App show something else that is very interesting. @Tesla_App_iOS/Twitter noticed that owners will soon be able to view the interior camera. In his opinion, this may be available in a holiday software update for the car, which will be rolled out by Christmas. Now owners will be able to get a complete view around and inside their car, which is extremely useful in a variety of situations.
Maybe some in app info on why the charge speed is slow, that's neat— Tesla App Updates (iOS) (@Tesla_App_iOS) November 29, 2022
This one is big, you will soon be able to view the interior camera, I'm going to guess this will be in the Holiday release or the 2022.40 release "vehicle_climate_screen_interior_camera": "View interior camera" pic.twitter.com/jNB3wrKiia
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Eva Fox joined Tesmanian in 2019 to cover breaking news as an automotive journalist. The main topics that she covers are clean energy and electric vehicles. As a journalist, Eva is specialized in Tesla and topics related to the work and development of the company.