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Apple CarPlay iOS in the Car 2014 Volvo Commercial HD 2014 CARJAM TV Car TV Show2014

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Published on Mar 24, 2014

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Apple CarPlay IOS (previously announced as iOS in the Car) is a new standard Apple Inc. introduced for its iOS devices to be able to work with manufacturers' built-in in-car systems. Apple CarPlay IOS was unveiled during the opening keynote of the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) on June 10, 2013.
The aim of Apple CarPlay IOS is to provide direct access to iOS device functionality, control, and usage, directly via the manufacturers native in-car control systems. The initial Apple CarPlay IOS timescale for release is from 2014, on some car models by selected manufacturers.

Apple CarPlay IOS Integration is aimed for several functions that iOS devices currently incorporate, these include:[1] Apple CarPlay IOS Siri: Eyes Free mode -- for eyes-free and hands-free operation. Apple CarPlay IOS Satellite navigation (Satnav). Apple CarPlay IOS Telephony instruction and control. Apple CarPlay IOS Music control. Apple CarPlay IOS iMessage control and response.
At the 2013 WWDC keynote, Apple's senior vice president (SVP) of Internet Software and Services, Eddy Cue, announced some of the many manufacturers that are planning to include the functionality from 2014 onwards.[1] Others, like BMW, initially announced they were not going to include the functionality, but later back-pedaled changing their position to possibly introducing the standard to their vehicles.[2][3] So far the list of manufacturers and brands who have shown interest in CarPlay and/or Siri Eyes Free includes: BMW Apple CarPlay IOS Ferrari Apple CarPlay IOS Ford Apple CarPlay IOS General Motors Chevrolet Apple CarPlay IOS Opel Apple CarPlay IOS Vauxhall Apple CarPlay IOS Honda Apple CarPlay IOS Acura Apple CarPlay IOS Hyundai Apple CarPlay IOS Kia Apple CarPlay IOS Jaguar Land Rover Apple CarPlay IOS Jaguar Apple CarPlay IOS Land Rover Apple CarPlay IOS Daimler AG Mercedes-Benz Apple CarPlay IOS Mitsubishi Apple CarPlay IOS Nissan Apple CarPlay IOS Infiniti Apple CarPlay IOS Peugeot Citroën Apple CarPlay IOS Peugeot Apple CarPlay IOS Citroën Apple CarPlay IOS Subaru Apple CarPlay IOS Suzuki Apple CarPlay IOS Toyota Apple CarPlay IOS Volvo Apple CarPlay IOS

Early and/or interesting Apple CarPlay IOS implementations November 2013, Honda and Acura: Siri Eyes Free mode added as dealer-installed accessory in the US to selected 2013-14 Honda Accord and 2013 Acura RDX & ILX models, with deeper integration announced for later.[7] December 2013, Honda: additional integration, featuring new HondaLink services, controlled by Honda's Launcher app which finds, organizes, quickly integrates, and gives fast access to Honda-approved third-party apps for use on Honda's "Display Audio" 7-inch screen system. Available on 2014 Civic, 2015 Fit models in the US and Canada.
Apple first announced the introduction of a new in-vehicle extended iOS functionality as "iOS in the Car" at their WWDC on June 10, 2013,[1] although during development its codename was Stark. iOS 7.1 beta 1 and 2 include some settings about what was then iOS in the Car, hinting it would soon get released.[9] According to January 2014 reports, iOS in the Car had been delayed by organizational issues at Apple, as Apple executives "didn't quite know what to do" with the software and the development group had to "lobby hard" for stage time at the 2013 Apple Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC).[10]

On March 3, 2014, Apple announced via a press release and updated pages on their website, that the service is to have a change of name to CarPlay, as well as announcing some further manufacturers that will make integrations to their newer vehicles, and that CarPlay will work with the latest three models of iPhone (5S, 5C, and 5). Apple Car Play wiki
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CarPlay

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