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On today's Pocketnow Daily, everything seen during the last WWDC that presented the new Mac Pro, watchOS 6, iOS 13, iPadOS and more.
A couple of years ago, Google and Apple both unveiled their latest mobile operating systems. No, I don’t mean mobile as in phones, I mean mobile as in cars. Since then, there has been a steady increase in adoption by auto manufacturers who are bringing this tech to the road. Last year, only a few car manufacturers were able to bring Android Auto and/or Apple CarPlay to their vehicles. This year, the list is much longer, and so it will go until not having a connected vehicle will be the exception rather than the rule. Connected vehicles are coming, do not doubt.
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Along with a new iPhone today came the much-awaited update to iOS 9.3, betas be done with us.
Night Shift finally gets implemented, putting the sword into F.lux for any hopes on the App Store. It basically adjusts the hue of your screen to cut down on blue light emissions, harmful to your eyes in the dark.
The Notes app now gets Touch ID or password protection, too. Health can suggest apps for you to use while News now has three new sections for its articles: Top Stories, Editors’ Picks and a trending tab. CarPlay integration brings an improved maps experience and [...]
Get the full Apple CarPlay list and see which makes and models are designed to work with the company's phones.
Well over a year since first promised, Hyundai Sonata CarPlay support is finally set to arrive in Q1 2016.
Google says Android Auto doesn't collect as much sensitive, private information from cars and their owners as a recent report claimed.
Learn about the broad smartphone support (and some important limitations) for the 2016 line of Volkswagen connected cars.
Learn more about the aftermarket options that Kenwood is offering for CarPlay and Android Auto, as both units are now shipping to retailers.
Learn more about how more GM models now support CarPlay and Android Auto. Today we see GMC and Buick joining the tech-vechicle crowd.
The new GM MyLink system on 2016 Chevy vehicles brings with it support for both Android Auto and Apple CarPlay connectivity.
Learn more about some extra details pertaining the mysterious Apple van that we saw in a couple of leaks a few days ago, as plans seem to be big.
Watch today’s Pocketnow Daily as we talk about how Google is working on making it easier to attach photos on Gmail, through Google+. LG follows the news as some leaked renders of a Japanese phone point to what to expect for the LG G3. We then talk about Apple’s CarPlay, and how Pioneer will support it very soon. We then talk about the first leaked photos of the display of the 4.7-inch iPhone 6. We end today’s show talking about the Amazon smartphone, which was leaked recently with its four cameras.
All this and more after the break.
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Apple’s launch of CarPlay came with a couple of basic complications, mainly because the launch didn’t include any vehicle that actually supports it. With Car manufacturers launching compatible models until later this year, it’s hard to see a mainstream adoption of the service if you have to purchase a new vehicle to enjoy it. Luckily manufacturers like Pioneer are looking to solve this problem for many of us that don’t plan to buy a new car, and the company has just made its launch plans official.
Pioneer has just announced that it’ll provide a [...]
Watch today’s Pocketnow Daily as we talk about the OnePlus One, and its plans to bring us voice commands from sleep just like the Moto X. Then we talk about Samsung and how its new ISOCELL technology plans to revolutionize low-light photography. Then we talk about the All New HTC One, more leaked photos now in retail packaging and even an eBay listing. Sony follows the news as we go through some possible delays of the Sony Xperia Z2. We end today’s show talking about Pioneer’s plans to bring CarPlay to other vehicles, and also the sad news that Apple is reducing its [...]
Apple’s launch of iOS 7.1 includes benefits like CarPlay, which is Apple’s new way of interacting with your vehicle. The only sad part is that at the moment, nobody can actually use it, and this is mainly because you require a vehicle that’s compatible with CarPlay, and these won’t see the road until later this year. With the Jailbreak community losing its luster in the last couple of years, many of us have been worried that the only way we’ll use this service is buying a new car, but it seems that a company is planning to solve that for us.
Find out why it's looking like Apple CarPlay runs BlackBerry - or, at least, the QNX platform on which BB10 is based.
Watch today’s Pocketnow Daily as we talk about Apple’s announcement of CarPlay, which are its plans to take over your car’s dashboard. Nokia follows the news as famous tipster Evleaks is claiming that there is a Windows Phone 8.1 Nokia Martini in the works. Windows Phone and Android follow the news as we should get the first legal dual-booting smartphone in the next couple of months. Oppo is next as we go through the rumors of a possible 50 megapixel camera on the future Find 7. We end today’s show talking about Samsung’s announcement of Samsung Galaxy [...]
We’ve seen a ton of leaks of what iOS in the car is going to be like on iOS 7.1, but none of us were quite sure of how Apple was planning to implement it. Some assumed that the company would build a specific version of iOS that would work on your dashboard, and others expected this to be a special “Car mode” that you could activate on your iPhone. As it turns out, iOS in the Car was named “CarPlay” today, and it’ll be something a little different than expected.
So CarPlay is actually a service that will launch on new Ferrari, Honda, Hyundai, [...]