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Putting off the purchase of your next automobile because Apple has yet to unleash iOS in the Car? An enterprising developer cobbled together a video of how the service might work using the current version of iOS 7.
MacRumors reported Tuesday that developer Steven Troughton-Smith has followed up last week's screenshot tease of Apple's forthcoming iOS in the Car with a video that demonstrates some of the functionality.
Cupertino has poised iOS in the Car as an alternative to the clunky in-dash displays currently used for navigation, phone calls and music playback. (Ford MyTouch + Sync, we're looking at you!) Apple plans to roll out the service sometime this year, but drivers won't have to wait that long to get a taste of what's in store.
Using the iOS Simulator and iOS in the Car functionality hidden in the current iOS 7.0.3, Troughton-Smith managed to put together a video of what the in-dash display might look like -- and from early indications, the user interface has seen improvements with the latest iOS 7.1 beta recently released to developers.
Check out the video embedded below to get a taste of what Apple has in store for drivers in the near future!
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(Image and video courtesy of MacRumors)