BMW will become the first carmaker to let you use your iPhone as a digital car key.
The car owner can also share access with up to 5 friends including a configurable option for young drivers which restricts top speed, horse power, and maximum radio volume.
There is a power reserve so that the car keys will still function for up to five hours if the iPhone turns off due to low battery
The Digital Key will be available in 45 countries for a broad range of models if they are manufactured after July 1st 2020
BMW and Apple also announced a new feature that helps BMW electric vehicles on longer journeys.
Apple Maps will pick the optimal route based on electric range and the locations of charging stations. It will be first available in the BMW i4 next year.
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