When Ford introduced its SYNC 4 infotainment system for its range of automobiles, the company confirmed that wireless CarPlay support would be included for some 2020 models.
CarPlay is getting plenty of attention at this year's WWDC, including support for digital car keys.
Apple CarPlay isn't as widely available as it probably should be by now, but that problem is slowly getting fixed. Porsche is doing its part to help out, at least for vintage models anyway.
Following weeks of beta seeds, Apple has finally released the next update for iOS and iPadOS, bringing the public version to 13.4.
CarPlay, Apple's feature that enables a car radio or head unit to act as a display/controller for an iPhone, may get support for custom wallpapers in the iOS 14 software.
It hasn't even been a month since Fiat Chrysler officially announced Uconnect 5, its latest update to its infotainment system for its range of automobiles that supports wireless CarPlay.
There is one new automobile that will feature Apple's CarPlay right off the factory line.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) has unveiled the newest version of its popular Uconnect infotainment system, and it will finally boast an oft-requested feature baked in.
Apple's CarPlay is a worthwhile feature to help drivers stay focused on the road, but actually getting the software on a car isn't the easiest process.
In-car systems range from one brand to another, which is why some folks simply prefer to use Apple's option, CarPlay. And Ford is looking to make it even easier to use CarPlay starting in 2020.
CarPlay has received its biggest update ever in iOS 13 with an all-new Dashboard to access music, maps and more in a single view, in addition to a Light theme, a new Calendar app, Siri support for third-party navigation and audio apps and much more.