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Tim Cook and company have shown interest in how BMW manufactures its i3 electric car, but want to go at it alone.
The company's new MIB-II infotainment system will be compatible with all three smartphone-car interfaces. The first floor models will arrive in dealerships next week, VW says.
The new system will alert drivers and pedestrians of potential collisions.
Honda said last March that it would support CarPlay. Now it's finally getting ready to make good on that promise.
Cupertino is reportedly building an electric car with help from a slew of experts.
When everything is connected with software and services, consumers can get boxed in by what works with what.
Apple is definitely making a car and it will definitely fail. Sure.
You'll be able to plug your iPhone into a range of vehicles from the tiny Spark to the hulking Suburban, and even the new Volt.
Imaginary Apple product failures don't tar all imaginary Apple products.
"This vehicle is part of our early research efforts regarding mapping, safety and autonomy systems."
Public records and inside sources hint at a mysterious shell company operating in Apple's midst, with facilities geared for automotive research.
Apple argues that it doesn't compete with A123 because their batteries end up in different products.
If Apple follows through on this one, your nav system could take wireless signal strength into account when deciding your route.
New Ferrari and Mercedes-Benz models will have CarPlay baked in, but not Toyotas.
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