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iPhone 11 Ultra Wideband could be at core of Apple Car keyless entry

[2019-11-26 15:15:31]

Apple is considering the possibility of using an iPhone or Apple Watch to provide keyless entry for its long-rumored Apple Car, with the use of Ultra Wideband to help make the system more precise at determining the range of the user from the car than current keyfob-based systems.

iPhone 11 Ultra Wideband could be at core of Apple Car keyless entry


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