Do Not Disturb While Driving
>>> Apple sa ys CarPlay is its safest solution for using your device in a vehicle, yet many of us simply don’t have this technology available. So it’s extending the Do Not Disturb feature to work while you’re driving.
It uses Bluetooth to connect to your car or, if your car doesn’t have that, it employs your iOS device’s Wi-Fi to detect the Doppler effect and determine that you’re moving in a car. Your device then asks if you’d like to enable Do Not Disturb While Driving. If you accept, your device’s screen goes black and notifications won’t flash up on its screen.
Try to wake the device and you’ll be reminded that the feature is enabled. You can override the block, so the feature’s effectiveness ultimately depends on your sense of responsibility.
Do Not Disturb While Driving can tell anyone who texts you that you’ll get in touch when you finish your journey. And like regular Do Not Disturb, you can set exceptions to ensure certain people can always reach you.