Apple wants to take over every last screen with CarPlay

6/6/2022 11:30:00 PM

Apple wants to take over every last screen with CarPlay

Apple wants to take over every last screen with CarPlay

A next-gen version of Apple CarPlay is making waves in the automotive space at Apple’s WWDC 2022 event today.

, should both companies decide to support this level of integration.How does this work? Apple says that “your iPhone communicates with your vehicle’s realtime systems in an on-device, privacy friendly way.” Yes, that is extremely vague, but there’s no additional information as of now. At the very least, it seems like the iPhone will continue to require the same wired or wireless connection to the car to make the system run. But again, that’s not made crystal clear here.

Skip to 40:28 in the video above to see the section on Apple CarPlay.The integration goes deeper into the infotainment system, too. Instead of having to exit out of CarPlay to tune the radio or adjust the climate control (in cars without physical climate controls), you’d be able to do both within the Apple CarPlay software. This really would be a true Apple takeover of your everyday vital car functions. You’d be able to customize the display with widgets such as the calendar app, music app and more, allowing you to move them between the central infotainment display and gauge cluster as you wish. 

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How does this work? Apple says that “your iPhone communicates with your vehicle’s realtime systems in an on-device, privacy friendly way.” Yes, that is extremely vague, but there’s no additional information as of now. Spoiler: Your vehicle's gauge cluster will now integrate with your iPhone. At the very least, it seems like the iPhone will continue to require the same wired or wireless connection to the car to make the system run. What to expect at this year’s conference As always, Apple’s latest version of iOS will be the star of the show. But again, that’s not made crystal clear here. Apple noted the information that can be displayed in the gauge cluster includes navigation, speed, rpm, fuel levels, and outside temperature. Skip to 40:28 in the video above to see the section on Apple CarPlay. While inflation is an imperfect measure for demand, it is notable that services prices jumped 0.

The integration goes deeper into the infotainment system, too. Apple showed various versions of the gauge cluster as examples, noting the designs will range from traditional-looking round gauges to modern bar graphs. Mark Gurman says “wallpapers that have widget-like capabilities” are coming to the Lock Screen this fall. Instead of having to exit out of CarPlay to tune the radio or adjust the climate control (in cars without physical climate controls), you’d be able to do both within the Apple CarPlay software. This really would be a true Apple takeover of your everyday vital car functions. Customers will be able to add widgets to the center screen and gauge cluster. You’d be able to customize the display with widgets such as the calendar app, music app and more, allowing you to move them between the central infotainment display and gauge cluster as you wish. iOS 16 will also reportedly add support for always-on displays.  So, when is it coming? And what cars will be able to run this software? Apple doesn’t have clear answers to either of these, but it did flash some brands up onto the screen and say that they’re “excited to bring this new vision of CarPlay to customers. Automaker's partnering with Apple for iOS 16 CarPlay Apple shared a list of automotive partners, including Land Rover, Mercedes, Benz, Porsche, Nissan, Ford, Lincoln, Audi, Jaguar, Acura, Volvo, Honda, Renault, Infiniti, and Polestar. Expect a similar showing in the April consumer price report that is released on Friday.

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