Apple’s CarPlay heats up battle for your Car Infotainment

 

According to Tech News, the new list of cars that will incorporate Apple’s all encompassing in-dash system include Abarth, Alfa Romeo, Audi, Chrysler, Dodge, Fiat, Jeep, Mazda, and Ram. Those companies join a large swath of top names in the industry that are down with Carplay, from Ferrari and Mercedes Benz, to Honda and Ford.

 

According to Apple, new cars incorporating Carplay systems will start popping up later this summer, while Google’s first vehicle with the system, the Volvo XC90, will reportedly arrive at the 2014 Paris Motor Show this fall

 

Click Here to see Apple’s CarPlay Website

 

Basically CarPlay is a dashboard which is powered by iOS. The application was debuted during the last March but the developers planned to plugin the application in vehicles rather than mobile phones. Apple’s CarPlay feature is quite easy for enjoying the iPhone features without being troubled to pick up their smartphones.

Hence, the strategy is to make the smart drivers who can lucratively use of the native interface or push control button to run the Siri voice activated feature.

 

I don’t know about you but with all the malware and viruses on Android and Googl’e focus more on ad revenue than the customer means I will make sure and look for an Apple CarPlay in my next new vehicle.

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