“Back in September we reported that Apple was developing a feature to help users find their parked cars for its in-house Maps app,” Mike Beasley reports for 9to5Mac.

“While that feature wasn’t officially debuted during WWDC last week, new icons found inside the Maps application indicate that the feature was in development at some point and is likely still be worked on,” Beasley reports. “As we originally noted: ‘Sources say that Apple is testing a tool for its Maps app that, with the M7 chip, could analyze when your car is parked. When you park your car, the iPhone will register the car’s location.'”

Beasley reports, “Apple’s latest mapping software contains six images dedicated to the parked car location feature, each a purple pin with a car-shaped glyph.”

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