Polestar now supports Apple CarPlay after an over-the-air software update
Andrew J. HawkinsThe Verge
Polestar, one of the first automakers to adopt Google’s Android Automotive operating system for its electric vehicles, is now throwing a bone to all the iOS users. The company announced that its Polestar 2 electric sedan now supports Apple CarPlay, thanks to a recent over-the-air software update.
People who own both a Polestar 2 and an iPhone will now be able to mirror their phone’s display on the vehicle’s 11-inch portrait-oriented touchscreen. In addition to accessing some of their apps, CarPlay users will also be able to use Siri to change music or find locations on Apple Maps.
Polestar made a name for itself by establishing a direct link to Apple’s main rival, Google
The introduction of CarPlay support is interesting because...Continue Reading