Apple has plans to set foot in electric car segment and offer the right answer to its rival Tesla. As the two giants are set to lock horns with each other, Elon Must and team have triggered the distribution of its battery technology. However we all know that the secret weapon of Apple is the upcoming iPhone 7. It looks like Apple would begin to make its revamped Smartphone ready for the launch as the release date of iCar approaches. And the way its device would integrate with the iCar remains a secret until now.
For many years Apple has been involved in the process of turning the car makers’ attention towards integrating their vehicles’ dashboard interfaces with its iPhone. Though CarPlay is worth the mention, it looks like the car makers have been sluggish in adapting to technological changes within the new models of car when you compare to what they said. However Apple now has decided to take things in its stride without having to wait for the approval from the car manufacturers. In this strategy, Apple iPhone 7 has a vital role to play.
CarPlay mimics the interface of iPhone partially by displaying a huge touchscreen on the car’s dash. This lets various apps like music and maps have hands free operation using SiriControl. However the iCar from Apple uses an interface that is similar to its iOS while taking care to provide a number of indicators that are related to driving such as GPS, Speedometer, indicators and so on. So to say it clearly, the users would feel like driving an Apple iPhone with the iCar. In addition, many would also love the iOS interface rather than their car which would be a delightful new for Apple.
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We already know that Telsa has its own niche carved out in the arena of electric cars and has many years of expertise. Those who are eager to spot the iPhone 7 must have to wait until the end of 2016. However, the latest iPhone is expected to have this impressive feature which also means that you can be assured that iPhone 7 would gave this car integrated feature known as iCar.
Among the other important features, the crucial one is maintaining the charge of the car. This also includes remotely tracking the battery life, spotting stations for charging that would accept Apple Pay and much more. Telsa would be able to offer a similar car integration feature at a better level but we are sure that Apple would do it more efficiently.