CarPlay and Android Auto are now a standard in new vehicles
According to the data published by Canalys, CarPlay and Android Auto are becoming more and more of the real standards for new cars produced by the majority of car manufacturers.
CarPlay and Android Auto are already available in 46% of the new cars sold in Europe and in 52% of new vehicles sold in the United States.
Most of the car manufacturers, offering users the choice between Android Auto or CarPlay, depending on the telephone used by the owners of the car. The exception is the BMW Group, and offers CarPlay but Android Auto in its vehicles, the BMW brand and Mini.
“We rely much on smartphones, but we have to avoid touching them while we drive,“ said Chris Jones, Chief Analyst of Canalys. “The use of the smartphone is mirrored on the display of the previously underutilized allows drivers to easily bring their media and their smartphone apps on their vehicle with a familiar user interface. The voice was a UI is rarely used but available in a premium vehicle by many years. But the rise of screen readers on smartphones, speakers and smart TV will change the way we use our voices to make sure the functions in the car.”
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