Posts Tagged ‘CarPlay’

Here’s how to add Wireless CarPlay to any car with any cheap Android tablet + adapter dongle combination.

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Google today announced that the Google Maps app is getting one feature back and gaining a new one. Those who missed the Google Maps Apple Watch app will be pleased to learn that it’s coming back.

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Porsche has announced a range of new CarPlay radios that can be installed in classic cars going all the way back to the 1960s. But they’re mostly only available in Europe although 1-DIN model is coming to United States as well.

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A dive into iOS 14 code snippets suggest we’re going to get improvements to Maps and CarPlay this year. Here are the details.

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Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) has announced the next infotainment system that will be used in its cars. Called Uconnect 5, the system will use Android at its heart, but that won’t stop it from also supporting Apple CarPlay for those who use iPhones.

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Those who have a car with support for wireless CarPlay are noticing that it isn’t playing well with the iPhone 11. The Apple Support Community forums seem to be full of similar issues. Here are the details.

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Alpine has announced two new CarPlay receivers, one of which is an 11-inch monster and the other is weather-resistant. Who said in-car entertainment was boring?

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CarBridge for iOS 12.4 jailbreak has just been released, allowing you to run any app on your CarPlay unit. Here are the details.

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Here’s wireless Apple CarPlay dongle USB for just about any Android car headunit for cheap. Here are the details on it.

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Looking for iOS 13 CarPlay features for your iPhone? Here’s everything that is new in CarPlay for iOS 13 running on iPhones.

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Here’s a USB Apple CarPlay dongle adapter with steering wheel control for almost any car and iPhone users.

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Having CarPlay available is pretty great, but if you don’t have it, the option of buying a new car to get it isn’t always viable. Thankfully, there are companies who make third-party receivers that you can retrofit to cars, and Kenwood has announced seven new ones.

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