@tiagomota Ok, so I finally had a chance to go out to my car and play around with the F2 since the app update. I'm happy to report that with the app update, one can turn off the "automatically play music" feature. This made my day because I was always concerned that my iPhone's battery was draining in the background, even when I didn't have the car stereo on for streaming....... before, as soon as the charger connected to my phone, it would stream even if the radio wasn't on. How did I know? When I went into my Music app on my iPhone, I could see that it was playing but no sound was coming out of my iPhone's speaker. It was a pain in the butt to have to go into my phone to turn this off.
The location feature seems a bit better with the update. This time, when I was actually sitting in my car with the engine on, it knew that I was "in the car." Unfortunately, when I got out and walked across the street to see if it could locate my car...... let's say it still needs a bit of work. Yes, it is correct that my car is across the street BUT my locator (pin for me), pointed me in the wrong direction. My car was parked North and I was facing West. So unfortunately, I still stand by what I said about the location feature that I made in my review video. And that is, it still needs work. I think perhaps if the F2 actually had a built in GPS system/chip, or whatever you call it, it would be more accurate.
And one important thing that I found out this time around too..... if you get the pop up message telling you that your GPS is not turned on (iPhone), even though you have it on, it's because you need to allow location access to "ALWAYS" vs just the "while using the app."
Other then all this, I'd still recommend the F2 for music streaming, making calls, and being able to charge 2 other devices while using it. And if you just want a "general" idea of where your car is. For the price, you're getting a lot of features. You never know, maybe with the next app update, the Find My Car feature will be even better.