Tesla App Updated: Release Notes, 1-Tap Live Camera, Cabin Camera View Coming?

Tesla app release notes

Tesla has updated its mobile app, with the iOS app reaching version 4.15.0, now bringing the ability to view software release notes as previously rumoured on Monday evening.

The company says vehicle software version 2022.40 or higher is required to view software release notes. If you scroll down to the bottom of the main page of the app, you can now see a link to “Release Notes” underneath your vehicle version number (the screenshots were taken from a Tesla vehicle on 2022.40.4.1).

Once you tap Release Notes, you get a gorgeous view of detailed release notes with descriptions and images, just like seeing them from your Tesla vehicle.

Also new in this update is one-tap access to Live Camera when Sentry Mode is enabled, right from the app’s main screen.

According to @Tesla_App_iOS, an image file was found with the file name camera_interior_selected.png, suggesting we may soon be able to view the Cabin Camera found in newer Tesla vehicles. This may be very handy to keep tabs on your canine, when Dog Mode is enabled:

interior camera view tesla app

As it stands, it is now possible to have both Live Camera and Sentry Mode enabled with 2022.40.1 and newer software. So the Cabin Camera view seems like a likely addition.

You can click here to download the Tesla iOS app. This update will likely make its way to the Tesla Android app soon.

Update: More Tesla app goodies include remote Boombox and farts, new temperature controls and more.