Media reports have claimed the Apple is flexing its muscles to launch “the iOS in the car” project in the Geneva Motor show scheduled next week. This was already rumored as Apple has been planning to expand its market growth and step into the world of vehicles and fitness industry. Apple’s “in-car-iOS” will definitely give an alluring boost to the tech giant and open a new horizon for technology shifts in the world of motor industry.
The technology inventions have already polished the state of the art cars by giving in-built tracking and security systems, automatic assist systems, GPS based location services and much more. Apple being the apex of the modern technology will likely take these technology revolutions to a next step.
Siri for cars, infotainment services, texts, call, on demand video services, mapping services, iOS special apps for cars are on their way in this iOS for car program. Apple plans to take the industry by storms and will directly target the best car brands available till date. Sources claim that Apple’s “in-car operating system” will start from Ferrari, Volvo and Mercedes-Benz.
iOS in the car will be the first initiative of its kind. Recently, Select manufactures implemented Siri Eyes Free technology into their cars but the release of a complete suite of iOS app and a software based mesh in the automobiles of high class is really great news for the fans worldwide.
Car brands like Ferrari, Volvo and Mercedes-Benz were announced as launch partners when Apple introduced the platform at WWDC 2013. Nissan, Alfa Romeo and three other automobile giants were the Apple’s partners in a 2005 push to develop an iPod based stereo system for cars which really didn’t get that much support and fame in the masses.
iOS for the car was rumored two years back but the insiders claimed last year that Apple authorities are really facing some technical glitches that are lingering this project on for a delay. The wait seems to inch towards an end now and all the eyes are now waiting for the unveiling of the exciting iOS for cars next week.