Tesla Apple Watch App

Feb 4, 2015

Category: Tech

If you’re lucky enough to be driving a Tesla Model S these days, odds are you won’t think twice about picking up an Apple Watch when it ships in April—even if it is just for the accompanying app.

It’s being developed by Eleks Labs, and we’re now seeing a prototype of what you’ll be able to do with it. Shrinking down the Tesla iPhone app to fit the watch’s smaller screen, the program currently lets you check the status of your car’s battery life, mileage and temperature, as well as whether or not the doors are locked. More functionality is expected to come though, as you’ll be able to open the doors, reposition the moonroof, adjust the climate control, and more. One bummer right now though is the fact that you’ll still have to have your phone on you for the watch to work.

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