Currently, on my iPad, I cannot see my iPhone battery status
Notification Center on iPhone and iPad includes an optional widget that allows users to check the battery life of other devices connected through Bluetooth. Essentially this means you can quickly see what the remaining battery percentage of not just the device in hand, but also of an Apple Watch from an iPhone.
Figure: I see this on my iPhone, but I want to see it on my iPad
> One thing this feature is missing which would be a great addition is the ability to check a related MacBook battery, as well as seeing the remaining battery of other iOS devices. Perhaps in a future version, we’ll gain such a function.
Today we have 2 USB ports, both in the front. What about 2 or 3 more?
Note: the Jaguar I-Pace gives 6 USB ports https://www.engadget.com/2018/06/14/2019-jaguar-ipace-review/
We all want to plug in our smartphones, please support both Android Auto and Apple’s CarPlay
Note: the Jaguar I-Pace does this https://www.engadget.com/2018/06/14/2019-jaguar-ipace-review/
Make a driver watch this video on the main console before they are allowed to turn on autopilot
> This car is on Autopilot. What happens next? – BBC News
The Panic button should dial 911 (or the equivalent in other countries).
Similar to the feature that Uber added https://www.theverge.com/2018/5/29/17402172/uber-911-panic-button-app-live-us
Currently restricted to those with Office 365 licenses.
Note: now that SharePoint Online and Teams support PowerApps apps natively, we need nicer licensing.
Eg. multichoice and multilingual data.
Need the ability to implement your own custom controls.
PowerApps lacks global variables. You must resort to using hidden screens (views) with hidden controls to maintain state between views.
Note: A better way is to use an experienced developer and fill gaps by using Azure Functions.
There are issues with responsive design.