This is one of myriad updates coming to the iPhone’s operating system this fall, when iOS 10 will be made available to the public. It may be the most useful.

According to Apple, iOS 10 will be available for every iPhone model dating back to the iPhone 5. It’s still unclear whether this will be something you can turn on and off at will, or whether you’ll start getting annoying notifications every time you jump out of a cab. (It’s also worth noting that Apple isn’t the first company to develop this sort of technology—Google’s Waze app has had this functionality for a while, and it’s a somewhat buried feature in Android.)

Just imagine: Life would’ve so been much less interesting on Seinfeld if they’d had iPhones back then.

Image by Kevin Krejci on Flickr, licensed under CC-BY-2.0.

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