We are more and more used to Apple CarPlay, the option that the guys from Cupertino are giving us to be able to use our iPhone in our car. Of course, we have to keep in mind that we always have to follow the rules of the road, and that is why CarPlay is a great option not to lose sight of the road. A CarPlay that in most cars need our iPhone to be connected by cable
Hyundai has just announced that they want to extend wireless CarPlay (also Android Auto) to their entire catalog, starting with the Hyundai Elantra which will be launched in early 2021. A new one Hyundai Elantra which will launch a 10.25-inch touch screen that will allow the integration of this wireless CarPlay
Why the rush now? because there are many rumors that indicate a iPhone without ports next year. We need less and less the Lightining port and the last Apple’s moves with new MagSafe denote a company’s interest in wireless charging. And obviously, an iPhone without ports is the best excuse for cars equipped with CarPlay to decide to incorporate CarPlay wirelessly.