Apple has been making huge waves in the auto industry with their iPhone. The company is planning on using its newest product to control A/C, Seats, and radio for cars. Apple is now one of the biggest players in this industry as they are taking advantage of their new technology and creativity.
The article discusses how the iPhone will be used as a key component of your vehicle's infotainment system by incorporating it into displays inside the car and linking it to other devices such as smartphones, tablets or watches via Bluetooth or WIFI networks.
Integrate Siri voice command with your car
Apple is working with car manufacturers to allow the iPhone to control many of the features on new cars. For example, you can use Siri voice commands or touch screen icons to access information like weather forecasts and your calendar while driving. You will also be able to select music tracks directly from your phone rather than having them streamed over Bluetooth.
Control some key feature of your car with iPhone
The company is working on a new technology that would allow them access to functions like the climate control system, speedometer, and radio among others. This initiative has been code-named "Iron Heart" internally by their team members who are still in its early stages at this time but does require cooperation from automakers for implementation as it pertains towards vehicle production lines.
It isn’t known if any car companies have agreed to work with Apple. The company is also developing systems that integrate the iPhone more closely with the vehicle, these people said. Such integration could potentially allow drivers to rely on services like Siri for functions such as making a phone call or controlling cabin temperature while keeping their hands on the wheel.
The Role of CarPlay
The work underscores the idea that Apple could make a lot of money from cars even if it doesn't sell any vehicles itself. Plans for an actual car at this point have faced setbacks including key executive defections and product cancellations, but they continue to move forward with CarPlay--a feature letting customers link their iPhones up in order handle infotainment functions through various automakers' vehicle consoles.
A seven year old project called 'Carplay', which has been introduced by most major automotive manufacturers since its launch date back then 2008 shows significant success rates despite these obstacles because not only does our technology offer convenience features such as hands free phone calls while driving or easy access tunes offline wherever you go.
IronHeart is set to take CarPlay a step further. The iPhone-based system would take the iPhone one step further and offer access to controls, sensors, settings--allowing drivers an intuitive experience that makes them feel like they're sitting in their own car said the people who asked not on be identified because it's secret project!
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