Apple already has partnerships with with a number of Car manufacturers, which include the likes of BMW, Audi, Jaguar, Land Rover, Mercedes and many more.
Now the company has teamed up with another bunch of car makers, and the list of new car makers includes Mazda and the Fiat group, which includes brands like Alfa Romeo, Abarth, Fiat, Jeep, Dodge and Chrysler.
Audi announced recently that their first Apple CarPlay enabled vehicles would launch next year, BMW are currently working on integrating CarPlay into their new vehicles, and Mercedes are working to deliver CarPlay to both existing an new vehicles.
The system will allow you to make calls, play music and more using voice commands, and built in controls which the car makers will install in the steering wheels of their vehicles.
All of the information from CarPlay is displayed on a built in display in the vehicles, which means that you wont be distracted by your phone will driving, it will also come with turn by turn navigation from Apple Maps.
Google recently announced their new Android Auto system, the company has a total of 28 partners for their system, and Apple has a total of 26 partners for Apple CarPlay at the moment.
You can find out more information on some of the features that will be available in CarPlay over at Apple’s website.
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