“Ahead of Apple’s launch of iOS in the Car later this year, developer Steven Troughton-Smith has seemingly activated the feature inside what we presume is the iOS Simulator,” Mark Gurman reports for 9to5Mac.
“iOS in the Car allows an iOS 7 user to connect their iOS device to their car’s built-in center console display,” Gurman reports. “On the console, they can use Apple Maps, read Messages, make phone calls, and control music.”
“While it seems likely that iOS in the Car will launch alongside iOS 7.1 later this year, references to the feature and functionality has actually been tucked into iOS 7 since the very first beta,” Gurman reports. “We understand that Apple (internally) is able to project iOS onto devices beyond car consoles. That includes TV displays and the Apple TV, opening up the door in the future for features beyond car-integration.”
Much more, including screenshots, in the full article here.