Apple CarPlay, while being available for a bit of a stretch now, is beginning to see even more adoption from automobile manufacturers.
Jeep, along with companies Dodge, Chrysler, and Fiat, have been named partners for Apple’s CarPlay technology since 2017, but Jeep has not been quick to adopt the in-car system.
Honda has been one of the more prominent supporters of CarPlay, the in-car system championed by Apple.
Right now, CarPlay-supported vehicles have to have the iPhone plugged in to offer the in-car system. But wireless support is technically available.
Hyundai has not been shy in its support of Apple CarPlay, which brings iOS into the vehicle through infotainment displays, and the company is back at it again with a pair of additional vehicles.
Apple’s CarPlay may not get a ton of attention from Apple these days, but auto manufacturers are at least giving it some time in the limelight.
Want to enjoy CarPlay without picking up an expensive head unit for your vehicle? Thanks to a jailbreak app called CarPlay iOS, you can now enjoy Apple’s in-car platform on your iPhone or iPad while you’re behind the wheel.