“A series of job postings, new products, and partnerships indicate that Apple is trying to make iOS the operating system for cars made by other companies,” Nicholas Carlson reports for The Business Insider.

AppleInsider first picked up on this trend,” Carlson reports. “The evidence…”

• Apple keeps adding job postings for positions like “iOS Car Services”
• Apple is partnering up
• Apple keeps adding car-friendly features to iOS

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