IPad Pro and Apple Pencil found that the device during charging, the blocking signals located near the key chain and it can interfere with the Keyless entry system. Apple acknowledged the problem and explained it to feature wireless charging.
On the page dedicated to charging Apple Pencil second-generation iPad Pro, there was a footnote about possible failures in the operation of the Keyless entry. Apple explains that the signal interference may prevent to open the car using the electronic key. To solve the problem, you need to remove the key from the tablet or to remove Apple Pencil with charging.
Gizmodo indicates that the problems with wireless chargers, and key fobs for vehicles has long been known. The Wireless Power Consortium, which oversees the Qi wireless charging standard, has even produced a series of recommendations on the use of certified chargers in the car. The document stated that interference might occur when you unlock the doors, open them or run engine. Device manufacturers are encouraged to indicate that they can interfere with the operation of the electronic key, and you can take this into consideration when installing charging.
Earlier it was reported that BMW intends to turn the system CarPlay, which integrates the Apple smartphone to the car’s multimedia system, a subscription service — this year for access to the system, car owners will be required to pay $ 80 a year.
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