Apple-run cars - New Launch in Mobile Devices

Published By : 04 Mar 2014 | Published By : QYRESEARCH

Technology giants brace up to launch in-car operating system with Mercedes-Benz, Ferrari, and Volvo. Earlier, only mobile phones had revolutionized and personalized communication equipment, however now even cars do. Apple in that context wants to change the way we drive the entire industry of communications. 

The technology giant is ready to enter the violent race in order to control the future smart cars. It plans to launch its first in-car operating system with Mercedes-Benz, Ferrari, and Volva.

This breakthrough has emerged amid the market rumors that Apple is keen on a bid for electric carmaker Tesla Motors and the first time it has embedded its software in electronic devices other than its own branded products. 

The choice of these three car companies is in level with the US tech group’s high-end phones. On the other hand, Google and other technology companies are also seen working and developing their personal car models in coalition with the conventional automotive manufacturers. 

The cars that are connected to the Internet and infallibly integrated with personalized communication devices are heralds of vehicles that drive themselves. This is witnessed on a higher scale as the mobile offices and mobility solutions increases across various cities. 

Apple officially announced that the deal will be made at Geneva Motor Show. Besides, this year, several manufacturers are likely to incorporate Apple’s iOS software into the car models. The three car models refused to comment on this issue. 

Worldwide automakers are engaged in a fierce battle because companies such as Microsoft and IBM attempt to take control of car dashboards and fight to develop the software systems that will power the connected cars of the future. 

In addition to this technology, car drivers will be able to use Apple Maps to navigate their car systems, as well as listen to music and watch films. In case of incoming calls, they will be connected to the Siri voice recognition platform so that the driver can directly respond to the messages by dictating a reply. 

Since the launch of Apple’s updated iOS 7 on the screen, an Apple-powered vehicle has been mooted to be built into the car. 
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