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I've experienced similar results with the inconsistency. Seems to be definitely related to the iOS location. Programming of my state variables and ISY work great when I force/set the variable. I've had best luck when I have Apple Maps running for a few before I cross the boundary... seems to work. Otherwise pretty much never works. There are tons of homes with wifi near the boundary. Not sure what else to do! If anyone comes up with a solve, would love to hear it! Could it be a bug in iOS10?
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Yes, any app that turns on the GPS chip will give you excellent pin-point accuracy allowing iOS to detect boundary crossing for your geo-fences in MobiLinc.
Definitely update your iOS to iOS 10.3 if you haven't already.
One suggestion is if you have a car charger for your iPhone, leaving the iPhone plugged into the charger will help iOS deliver your geo-fence crossings to MobiLinc quicker as well.
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