CarPlay is built into every iPhone 5 and newer models running iOS 7.1 or later. It lets you enjoy music, receive notifications, run navigation, use Siri, have Siri read messages, and more in your car on its dashboard screen.
Depending on your car manufacturer and model, you can use wireless or wired CarPlay. But if you cannot get CarPlay to work in your car with your iPhone or it doesn't function correctly, here are all the solutions to fix such issues.
If you don’t want to use CarPlay, or have two iPhones and wish to disable CarPlay on one, you have the option to turn it off. In this tutorial, we will show you three easy ways to do that.
Apple released iOS 16.0.3 as a firmware update to the general public on Monday alongside watchOS 9.0.2 to address a slew of different bugs that affect various handsets, but with most of the fixes focusing primarily on the iPhone 14 lineup.
With an increasing number of modern automobiles rolling off the factory line with support for CarPlay, it should come as no surprise to anyone that even jailbreakers on iOS 14 take full advantage of this handy driver-friendly feature.
Apple wants you to pay for fuel through your vehicle’s CarPlay dashboard, and US gas pumps are now preparing to support this feature when it launches this fall.
When your iPhone is connected to CarPlay, you see iMessage, SMS, WhatsApp, and other notification banners from supported apps on your car's display. If you don't like this, here are two ways to block text and app notifications in CarPlay.
Apple has some pretty big aspirations for CarPlay, with a bold new design, a whole set of new features, and much more coming down the pipe in the coming years. Before that, though, support for CarPlay still has some spots to fill. And that even includes running on cars that feature Android Automotive.
Are you seeing multiple pages of apps on your CarPlay screen and wish to customize them? For example, you may want to remove some unnecessary apps from CarPlay, add some helpful ones to it, or change the order of app placement on your car’s infotainment display.
In this tutorial, we show you how to show, hide, and rearrange your apps in CarPlay.
Apple is finally bringing some new changes to the CarPlay feature with iOS 16, which it just announced at this year's Worldwide Developers Conference. Finally, the new CarPlay experience will support even more screens, including the gauge cluster, and offer up even more information.
BMW has confirmed that a software update will re-enable support for Apple's CarPlay and Google's Android Auto features by June of this year as the German carmaker is in the middle of changing its chip supplier.
Phone displays are only getting larger and larger as time goes on, and the iPhone is no exception to that concept. Unfortunately, with notifications usually manifesting at the top of the screen, the larger display can make reaching them a challenge.
You've probably heard by now, but Ford has an all-electric Mustang out there in the wild. The Mustang Mach-E is a solid option for EV lovers, and now it's getting a bit more feature rich. Well, if you're an Apple Maps and CarPlay user, too, that is.