[OFFICIAL] CarPlay now works in "X" countries
Apple today officially launched support for its in-car CarPlay in five more countries - Denmark, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Sweden and... yes, "X" countries. Now this system is available in 25 countries and fully works in our country.
CarPlay allows you to take iPhone integration with the car to a new level. With its help, the image from the screen of the device is displayed on the car display, as a result of which it becomes possible to control applications without touching the smartphone - both standard (like "Phone", "Music" and "Messages"), and third-party ones: for example, Spotify or AMG.
What does this mean for the end user? It seems that now all cars that will be sold in countries "X" will be equipped with CarPlay support - if, of course, this support is originally provided by the manufacturer. Now such cars include Hyundai, Mercedes Benz, Volvo and many others. However, CarPlay will not be of any use if car vendors continue to leave the "X" country market.
Previously, CarPlay to "X" countries only worked with third-party accessories, such as Pioneer.