“With more than 100 models already supporting the hands-free feature — and others announcing support for future models — it can be confusing trying to figure out if your future vehicle has CarPlay enabled,” Keller and Dipane report. “Never fear: iMore is here. ”
“Here’s a current list of the cars that Apple says support CarPlay, and we’ll keep the list updated as more announcements are made,” Keller and Dipane report. “Keep in mind, CarPlay is often packaged as an option for these vehicles, so you may need to jump to a higher price point in order to take advantage of it.”
Read more, and see the full list, in the full article here.
MacDailyNews Take: Yes, you want a vehicle that supports Apple’s industry-leading CarPlay!