av Chris Adede . Nov 03, 2022
Tesla on Monday evening released its 2022.36.15 software update, which includes the anticipated Full Self-Driving (FSD) beta version 10.69.3 for employees.
According to @teslacope, the new update includes changes to the user interface and a few tweaks to help with the system's general performance. Still, otherwise, it's business as usual for Tesla's Autopilot software.
The most significant change is that Tesla has added more options for drivers to control their vehicles in certain situations, such as when stuck in traffic or needing to park their cars.
This will make things a bit easier for drivers who want to take control of their cars when they feel like it. However, you should note that these features are still very much in beta and are not meant for long periods of use or extreme conditions.
The FSD Beta 10.69.3 update is set to come to life for a few testers. After getting positive reviews, Tesla will likely roll out to a large tester pool in the coming days.
Tesla has been improving its software development process, including testing new features before releasing them to the public.
This beta version allows Tesla engineers and developers to test new features before they go live for all users. Thus, it helps ensure that new updates are stable and ready for prime time.
In the past few weeks, Tesla has been busy rolling out new features and improvements to its FSD beta software. In FSD Beta 10.69.3, released this week, Tesla took on major complaints reported by users with the system. Some major concerns revolved around a decrease in velocity error and an improvement in lane selection.
Previous Issues with Tesla FSD 10.69
Some of the major issues related to the previous update for drivers involved selecting lanes and entering into gated communities or other roads.
Tesla's new FSD Beta 10.69.3 Update is a step in the right direction for those who have trouble getting their cars to cross multiple roads, enter gated communities, or move aggressively in the lane.
The new update fixes these issues by increasing the sensitivity and responsiveness of the FSD system.
In previous versions of FSD, drivers were more likely to disengage while crossing multiple lanes or entering gated communities. However, this latest update makes it so that your car will stay engaged even when trying to make a complicated manoeuvre.
A common theme among the complaints included was the disruption of the system by rains flooding the cameras.
As Tesla drivers are constantly reminded, this is only a beta release. That means there are still bugs and things to be improved. The verdict is still out with 10.69.3, but Tesla listens intently to beta drivers and their concerns.
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