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.
Nearly two months after the introduction of Apple's new Lightning connector, third-party accessory maker Belkin looks to become the first out of the gate with a dock and auto charger for your current-generation iDevice.
Modern car decks are messy, clunky blasphemers of Apple’s simple design principles. That’s why Apple should change them forever with the Apple Deck--not just for incredible profits, but as vengeance for the travesties created by major stereo and deck manufacturers.
Apple hasn’t introduced anything radically new since the original iPad almost two years ago, and even that was viewed by many at the time as simply a “bigger iPod touch.” While Cupertino continues to incrementally advance the Mac and its iOS platforms, the recent release of the iPhone 4S disappointed many who were looking for something totally new and exciting. Which got us thinking: What will Apple think of next?
If you happen to be in the market for a new automobile, don’t be surprised if the salesman whips out an iPad in an effort to answer your questions next time. That’s the latest nationwide effort from automaker Mazda, who is using a specialized iPad app to help push cars out the door.
Wish you could control your automobile from your smartphone? Yes, now there’s finally an app for that, assuming your car is from Ford and it’s one of the latest and greatest electric models that haven’t even been officially announced yet.
Most of us are guilty of checking email on the iPhone while at a stoplight. Is it safe? Probably not, but we're pretty sure it safer than watching a movie while driving.
YouTube user, jiggymatt seems to have decided that flying down the road in a two-ton hunk of steel wasn't exciting enough for him. To help pass the time while he puts the rest of the drivers on the road at risk, he fashioned a "heads-up display" for his iPhone.