iOS 7 goes full speed into cars Video
iOS 7 goes full speed into cars Video Transcript
iOS in the Car. 95 percent of the cars being sold today have integrated music playback and control from an iOS device. But we wanna take this integration to a whole-nother level. What if you could get iOS on the screen that is built into your car so that you could make phone calls, play music, go to maps, get your eye messages right on the screen on your car or eye-free using Siri? So now, when you make a phone call, it's gonna look something like this: Call John Appleseed or play Get Lucky or go to maps, get directions or even get your eye messages read to you and you can dictate your response all eye-free. All of these car manufacturers are introducing iOS integration in 2014 and I know which one I wanna buy. And that's iOS in the Car.
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