Dozens of apps tie in seamlessly, but on the audio front, music has led the way. Now, radio news shows and podcasts are available by the thousands, and discovery is the goal.
What once was iOS in the Car is now CarPlay, and Ferrari, Mercedes, and Volvo will all have models on display at this week's Geneva auto show.
A full 60 percent of smartphone and tablet owners polled said they would use their devices to vote in the upcoming presidential election.
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CarPlay, formerly known as iOS in the Car, got its public airing at the Geneva auto show last week, but it doesn't spell the end for automakers own dashboard infotainment systems.
Apple offers a demonstration of the new CarPlay iOS mirroring feature in a Mercedes-Benz C-class during the Geneva auto show.
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The 2013 Chevrolet Spark LT's doesn't come with a CD player, but it makes up for this absence with a full suite of digital-audio connections and smartphone app connectivity. You probably don't listen to CDs anymore anyway, right?
BMW released photos and details of its new X5 model, noting its many standard features. However, the X5 model carries over engines from the previous generation.
Apple does a lot of things right, but this app is such a huge misfire, it rates only 1.5 stars in the App Store. Fortunately, there are some great alternatives.
Stitcher has released a beta version of their iPhone app, which allows users to customize a radio station with various informative streams.