Apple car

Apple car

A self-driving, electric automobile infrastructure from Apple, code named "Project Titan." Started in 2014 and expected to be an extension of iOS for automobile manufacturers, Apple Car is touted as the "ultimate mobile device." Names such as "iCar" and "Apple Cart" have been rumored; however, if brought to fruition, car companies might offer a "Powered by Apple" version of their own brand. See CarPlay and autonomous vehicle.
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Both cars come with a welter of technology, powered from the 7in colour touchscreen, MirrorLink, that can match the touchscreen to your smartphone and including for the first time Apple Car Play which allows the driver to sync an iPhone.
In that regard, nearly 6 in 10 (57 percent) surveyed said they wanted automakers to focus on better integrating smartphones into all vehicles, similar to what some automakers now do with Apple Car Play or Android Auto.
On the GMC side of things, the Yukon and Sierra will be preloaded with the Apple Car Play.
Some exhibitor highlights includeOnstar , demonstrating connectivity, including 4G LTE Wi-Fi and Apple Car play,Volvo showcasing its autonomous vehicle technology and holding a press conference on Nov 17.
Encompassing Apple Car Play for the iPhone user, Android Auto and Mirror-Link for Android devices, the system is a first in the car market and enables users to access all of their phone functions and apps on the move.
The Audi connect portfolio will also gain a sophisticated new element later in 2015, with Apple Car Play and Google Android Auto.
According to a report by Business Insider, the co-founder and CEO of the iPhone maker told associates he wanted to create an Apple car.
For just PS145, you can get their Full Link, which gives you access to Apple Car Play, Android Auto or Mirror Link, depending on the make of your smartphone.
Arguably one of the most anticipated new additions to the pair of models was the automaker's new MIB II infotainment system, which is one of the first systems available in the industry that has the ability to pair to any and all smartphones, as it comes equipped with Apple Car Play, Android Auto and MirrorLink.
All models also get a parking system and trial access to Audi Connect, which includes 4G internet connectivity, Apple Car Play and Google Android Auto.
2 OEMs are planning to adopt gesture technology in the medium segment; entertainment services such as Apple car play, Ford SYNC, and Hyundai Blue & Me are available in most cars, and touch applications for their input are optional.
52% of vehicle owners think automakers should invest in making their own information and entertainment systems better versus the 48% who want them to invest in better integrating smartphones into a generic system that would be in vehicles from all manufacturers like Apple Car Play.