Next-gen Apple CarPlay with widgets, better integration

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Apple Inc announced significant updates to CarPlay at the Worldwide Developers Conference event as the company looks to transition from an infotainment system to a software solution that will allow drivers to control parts of their car and display more information such as speed and fuel level.

Apple Inc announced significant updates to CarPlay at the Worldwide Developers Conference event on Monday, as the company seeks to transition from an infotainment system to a software solution that will allow drivers to control parts of their car and display more information such as speed and fuel. level.

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The iPhone maker said it was talking with several automakers to bring the next generation of the software to their cars, which will be announced from late 2023.

Here’s what Apple is working on for CarPlay:

MULTIPLE SCREEN SUPPORT

CarPlay will support multiple screens on cars, regardless of size and layout, and can display information including weather and navigation, according to images released during a presentation.

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iPhone-powered widgets will be available on all screens in a vehicle, including the instrument cluster, with multiple dial styles, layouts, themes and colors.

AUTOMAKERS TO SUPPORT NEXT GENERATION CARPLAY

Apple has given a long list of automakers that could endorse the program. Some of the big names include Ford Motor Co, Renault SA, Mercedes Benz, Volvo, Honda Motor Co and Jaguar Land Rover.

INTEGRATION WITH IPHONE

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With the next generation of CarPlay, drivers will be able to change temperature settings, use apps such as audiobooks, news, podcasts and tune the car’s radio without leaving the CarPlay interface.

The iPhone will communicate with vehicle systems in real time in a “privacy-friendly manner” to display driving information such as speed, fuel level and temperature.

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