According to 9to5Mac, ride-hailing giant Uber and its subsidiary Uber Eats support the iPhone’s Live Activities feature.
San Francisco: Ride-hailing giant Uber and its subsidiary Uber Eats support the Live Activities feature on the iPhone.
According to 9to5Mac, the feature will allow users to easily track their rides and orders via the lock screen or Dynamic Island on the iPhone 14 Pro.
Dynamic islands are circular cutouts at the top of the screen.
Uber Live Activities was first discovered by a Reddit user who saw the option pop up during an Uber ride.
Additionally, one Twitter user reported seeing the feature on both Uber and Uber Eats.
Uber’s live activity feature allows users to see the progress of rides and deliveries.
The Uber Eats app shows users the progress of an order being prepared by the restaurant, picked up by the delivery driver, and delivered.
However, not everyone has seen the new features yet, suggesting that the company may be doing a gradual rollout while it continues testing, the report said.
Users can download the latest versions of the Uber and Uber Eats apps from the App Store.
The user[設定]Go to Apps, find the Uber and Uber Eats apps,[ライブ アクティビティ]You should also turn on the toggle to enable live activity for these apps.