Apple’s not going to buy Tesla. Yet. But if you’re in the market for a new car in 2015, the good news is that the Cupertino-based company is bringing their highly-anticipated infotainment system, CarPlay, to no fewer than forty 2015 – 2016 models. Earlier this week, Apple CEO Tim Cook made mention of CarPlay’s future and what it means for consumers, namely, the millions who currently own an iPhone 5, 5s, 6 or 6 Plus. And no–that’s not a typo–only phones featuring Apple’s Lightning connector will be supported, so owners of the 4 and 4s are out of luck. If you’re upgrading your ride, you might as well update your phone, right? Sneak Previews for 2015 – 2016 Models » How CarPlay WorksApple’s CarPlay, like the majority of the company’s products, works intuitively and seamlessly. A driver (or passenger) will simply plug in their iPhone into the vehicle’s integrated lightning port. All of the apps, maps and music found in the phone will make their way to the navigation screen of the vehicle, which will provide a bigger, brighter and safer way to access the information.But not all of the phone’s content will be accessible to the driver–games and other… Read full this story
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