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How to use or enable/disable Parked Car alerts from Maps on iOS 10 for iPhone
There's a new feature in the iOS 10 update with Maps called Parked Car. It automatically tells your iPhone where you left your car and sends you a notification. This may or may not be useful depending on your needs. Luckily the Parked Car notifications are easy to disable or re-enable if you know where to look, and you can even disable the alerts without losing the feature.The idea is that you can leave your car in a parking garage or giant parking lot somewhere and not have to remember that you parked in the orange zone on section B of level 8. You can even take notes and capture photos in the Maps app to add the extra specifics.But if you don't find yourself in situations where you need help remembering where you left your car, the Parked Car notifications can become annoying and spammy. It's not useful to know that you parked in front of the restaurant or, you know, in the driveway at home.Why iPhone sends Parked Car notificationsThe new feature in iOS 10 works with both Apple CarPlay and standard car stereo Bluetooth. Maps marks your car's current location automatically when your iPhone disconnects from CarPlay or Bluetooth.iPhone sends you an alert to confirm your location has been saved. You can optionally tap the notification to launch Maps and snap a photo of your parking spot or nearby landmarks or jot down parking details.If you like the Parked Car feature but not the alerts, you can disable Maps notifications without turning off the Parked Car feature. This will disable all alerts from Maps, however, so consider this before you proceed. This could potentially affect alerts when using Maps for turn-by-turn navigation, and at the very least you won't see follow up alerts to Maps corrections that you submit.Go to Settings → Notifications → Maps and toggle off Allow Notifications.How to turn Parked Car notifications off (or back on) from iPhone
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