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The next generation iPhone will be the first iPhone to use a special plate search feature that is part of Apple’s new license plate recognition system.
The new technology uses a variety of geolocation sensors to help locate and locate your iPhone when you’re on a map and when you are driving in a particular location.
So, in short, it’s basically an advanced, patented algorithm that will help you find your iPhone, even when you have a different license plate than you usually do.
Theoretically, you can now find your smartphone without having to go through a long list of possible locations.
If you’re in a certain part of the country, the algorithm will automatically look for the nearest iPhone, and if you’re not in the exact same location, it will search for other nearby iPhones.
This is an exciting new capability that Apple hopes to leverage with its iPhone 7s, which will include the next generation of the iPhone.
However, this is not the first time Apple has been experimenting with license plate detection.
Earlier this year, the company unveiled its first license plate search technology called “Trip ID,” which allowed customers to pay a fee for their iPhone to be paired with the license plate data and use the information to identify nearby people who have similar phones.
However in September, Apple announced that it was not working on a new license-plate detection technology, instead opting to instead focus on building the iPhone itself.
It is unclear when the next version of Apple will make use of the license-scanning technology, but in a statement to The Verge, Apple said it “will use license plate scanning in a variety at the most strategic locations.”
As for when you’ll see a new iPhone equipped with this license-search technology, Apple did not provide any more details.
This article is based on information from the Verge.