BMW has been supporting Apple CarPlay for a bit of time, and it has typically charged a hefty up-front fee to include it.
Toyota has had a bit of a rough relationship with Apple’s in-car infotainment option, CarPlay, but it looks like things have been smoothed out.
Up until recently, Apple CarPlay has been an in-car infotainment option only for cars and trucks, with nearly 50 manufacturers putting the system in their vehicles.
Apple CarPlay, the in-vehicle system that has been steadily picking up support ever since it was originally announced, has just confirmed a pair of new manufacturers to its list of supporters.
Honda has been a long-time partner with Apple when it comes to supporting the in-car system CarPlay, and now the auto manufacturer has just confirmed one more addition to the lineup.
Ford has been a partner with Apple CarPlay ever since the feature was first introduced, but the rollout has been a slow one.
Google and Apple offer Android Auto and CarPlay, their own take on how you can easily use your phone while driving through your car’s infotainment system. Just like Android and iOS, the approach taken by both companies are very different from each other here.