Dual Electronics maker of aftermarket car stereo and multimedia systems, is developing Apple CarPlay systems for 2016. Dual Senior Vice President and Chief Technology Officer, Matt Vinson told AUTO Connected Car News, “We have CarPlay
Earlier this year, at CES Kenwood announced two top-of-the-line infotainment units with the “future” sets of Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. The units are in stock and selling at a discount at Amazon. The Kenwood
Apple CarPlay for compatible iPhones will be offered in all 2016 Buick Regal and LaCrosse models, Android Auto will be launched later. GMC also announced Apple CarPlay capability for the 2016 Canyon, Yukon and Sierra.
Cadillac 2016 models starting this summer will have more connectivity with Apple CarPlay along with a faster easier CUE experience. Android Auto will follow later. Apple CarPlay will be available on 2016 Cadillac models with
While GM’s Mary Barra made waves at the Code Conference and Hyundai media exploded with reviews of Android Auto coming via an update to Hyundai 2015 Sonatas, Volkswagen announced availability of Android Auto, CarPlay and
GM CEO Mary Barra announced at the Code conference in California that GM will be offering Apple CarPlay and Android Auto on fourteen 2016 Chevy Models. The move makes GM the first major U.S. automaker
Audi is gearing up for CES Asia (Shanghai) and released a new video with some interesting demonstrations. The first noticeable feature seen in the video is CarPlay shown in the Audi with an iPhone connected
HARMAN audio infotainment and navigation systems will be available in many luxury cars and more. Harman announced that is has new orders from BMW, Daimler AG and GAC Fiat in the first four months of
Last year, at the New York Auto Show, CarPlay was introduced and promised by Volvo, Mercedes Benz and Ferrari. Only two Ferrari models have shipped with CarPlay. Pioneer was the first with aftermarket CarPlay units
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IHS Automotive has published a new report, Apps in the Car 2015, that shows how car buyers want their smartphones to work with their cars, car buying intentions, Apple CarPlay/AndroidAuto/MirrorLink research, apps, navigation and music.
Apple keeps a list on it website of the automakers who plan to introduce iPhone compatible CarPlay systems. Although Ferrari, is the only automaker to successfully deploy CarPlay, Porsche is the latest brand to commit