Current iOS Mobile App Updates List - Newest 3.10.8 - minor fixes and improvements (08/21/2020)

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One nice little change is when you move the limit slider in the Charging pane, it now shows you the actual percentage you're setting it to - no more quesstimation! (I set mine to exactly 80% tonight, and it charged to exactly 83%, so there's still that)
Very nice catch. And when you slide it back and forth, on iOS you get some haptic feedback as you slide past 90%. A nice little catch or reminder/warning to not go above 90%, of course unless you need to.
 

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One nice little change is when you move the limit slider in the Charging pane, it now shows you the actual percentage you're setting it to - no more quesstimation! (I set mine to exactly 80% tonight, and it charged to exactly 83%, so there's still that)
Nice. Looks like it reads in miles, km, or % depending upon the car display settings. My app says 279 miles at the 90% line and 310 if I drag it to full charge.
 

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One nice little change is when you move the limit slider in the Charging pane, it now shows you the actual percentage you're setting it to - no more quesstimation! (I set mine to exactly 80% tonight, and it charged to exactly 83%, so there's still that)
It probably charged to 80%, and ambient temperature changes affected the battery percentage afterwards. This happens to me a lot. Some days I will get home from work and get in the car an hour or two later for dinner and it'll be 3-4% higher. Sometimes it will be 3-4% lower.
 

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Here is a picture of the app showing projected percentage at the selected level. It will show miles/kilometers if that’s your setting as well!

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Here is a picture of the app showing projected percentage at the selected level. It will show miles/kilometers if that’s your setting as well!

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And for some obscure reason, after setting 90% on the app, the next morning the car was at 92% and I got a warning that continued charging to that level would lower battery life expectancy.

So I have set it to 88% for next time..
 

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And for some obscure reason, after setting 90% on the app, the next morning the car was at 92% and I got a warning that continued charging to that level would lower battery life expectancy.

So I have set it to 88% for next time..
I have seen mine charge to 91 and 92 a few times in the last few weeks as well
 

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Interesting bug yesterday and again this morning. Opened the iPhone app (latest release 3.10.2) in the house to the black AWD, which is the car I drive most. I set the climate to come on a few minutes before we were leaving. Went out to open the trunk and then get in and the car did nothing. Checked the app, I was still on the AWD. Tried again and nothing. Went to the controls to unlock the trunk and the trunk on the RWD sitting next to it popped open. Went back a screen and confirmed I was on the AWD, I was.

Same thing happened again this morning. The climate came on in the car I set it for, the app was set to the AWD, but instead of trunk, I just hit the unlock button and the RWD unlocked. Partner pulled his phone out switched to the AWD and it unlocked via bluetooth.

The joys of progress. Two steps forward and one step back.
 

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New version is out. Officially more minor fixes and improvements. The only thing I see is the word "Climate" is now next to "Turn On" on the climate screen.
 

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No upgrade for me: LR RWD. But something odd here. The app shows me eligible for FSD. But I have FSD and have had it since July 2018 acquisition. My car shows the features, my invoice reflects that, and the Tesla website also confirms this. Odd. And no, I won’t add it twice.A
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Interesting. My July 18 M3 was bought with FSD and the app shows no upgrades available for me. So the backend logic can work.
Also interesting that the FSD upgrade is available for 4K. Isn’t it 6K these days?
 

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I found a little oddity - not sure if this was there before, but it's interesting. If you go to your loot box, and click the icon at top left,
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You get a "leaderboard" thing, with some (probably) made up stats. Mine are incorrect in the Owners tab, and the map in the Local tab is really funny, having nothing to do with local geography - it seems to be showing Brentwood, California instead of Tennessee.
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I found a little oddity - not sure if this was there before, but it's interesting. If you go to your loot box, and click the icon at top left,
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You get a "leaderboard" thing, with some (probably) made up stats. Mine are incorrect in the Owners tab, and the map in the Local tab is really funny, having nothing to do with local geography - it seems to be showing Brentwood, California instead of Tennessee.
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The leaderboard has been around a long time on the full web site version. It has also not been correct there for a while either. It used to show you and your referrals and then all Tesla's and the CO2 saved. Maybe they are trying to bring it back. Hope they will get it working correctly if they are going to display it.
 

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No upgrade for me: LR RWD. But something odd here. The app shows me eligible for FSD. But I have FSD and have had it since July 2018 acquisition. My car shows the features, my invoice reflects that, and the Tesla website also confirms this. Odd. And no, I won’t add it twice.A View attachment 31266
That’s the old post-purchase price that was grandfathered in for earlier buyers (pre mid-2018) right? Before they jacked it up to $5K US — all back in the Enhanced Autopilot days.

Interesting. My July 18 M3 was bought with FSD and the app shows no upgrades available for me. So the backend logic can work.
Also interesting that the FSD upgrade is available for 4K. Isn’t it 6K these days?
It’s $7K US now.
 

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That’s the old post-purchase price that was grandfathered in for earlier buyers (pre mid-2018) right? Before they jacked it up to $5K US — all back in the Enhanced Autopilot days.



It’s $7K US now.
Right. For me FSD was a $3k add-on after $5k for what was then EAP. At purchase, not after.
 

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No upgrade for me: LR RWD. But something odd here. The app shows me eligible for FSD. But I have FSD and have had it since July 2018 acquisition. My car shows the features, my invoice reflects that, and the Tesla website also confirms this. Odd. And no, I won’t add it twice.A View attachment 31266
Does it also list FSD on the purchased tab? I have seen some flukes where people see it listed as purchased twice.
 

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Does it also list FSD on the purchased tab? I have seen some flukes where people see it listed as purchased twice.
No, FSD not listed under “Purchased.” A bit worrisome, but apparently the car doesn’t know about the “Upgrades” part of the app and continues to think it has FSD. As does my bank account balance.
 
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