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 self-driving car.
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Offering customers all-round best-in-class specifications, the list of premium features available on the all-new MG5 includes a 10.1" touch screen with Android Auto and Apple Car Play, a 360 camera plus rear parking sensors, an electric sunroof and electric seats, all topped off by a six-year manufacturer's warranty for ultimate peace of mind.
Based on the Longitude trim, the Renegade Night Eagle comes with 8.4-inch Uconnect Nav with Apple Car Play and Android Auto compatibility, dual zone climate control and Adaptive Cruise Control as standard.
Other important highlights of the new XCeed are the JBL audio system, apple car play, dual-zone air-conditioning, heated electric folding door mirrors, heated steering wheel, heated windscreen, heated and ventilated front seats and heated rear seats.
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The technology in the G70 is top class with an 8-inch touch screen display supporting Mirror Link, Apple Car Play, Android Auto, and a 15-speaker Lexicon surround-sound system.
The United States Patent and Trademark Office granted an Apple patent that showed the Cupertino giant's plan to give the rumored Apple car "Project Titan" a one-of-a-kind bumper: one that extends when needed, and retracts to save space.
Inside the cab, fitted as standard from N-Connecta grade, is Nissan's latest generation Nissan Connect entertainment system featuring an 8" touch screen and Apple Car Play, to give owners the latest in-car connected technology.
Standard equipment on this grade includes 17-inch alloy wheels, an electrically adjustable driver's seat, automatic headlights and an eight-inch touchscreen display with DAB radio, plus support for both Apple Car Play and Android Auto.
Translated from German, Manager Magazin's report reads, "the Apple Car could come in the form of an electric van.
It features projector headlamps, LED daytime running lights, diamond cut alloy wheels, a multi-functional steering wheel, touchscreen infotainment system, Android Auto and Apple Car Play.
The Cupertino-based company has largely remained silent on its plans about the Apple Car.