Let’s face it; it’s not safe to use your phone when you’re driving. In many cases it’s illegal, and it can be deadly. While Apple has recently added a Do Not Disturb While Driving feature to iOS, you may actually need to use some of the features on your phone when you’re behind the wheel.
You’ve long been able to pair a phone to a car via Bluetooth to make and receive calls. But Apple’s in-car system, CarPlay, takes this much further by offering a range of apps that can make your driving easier and more efficient. I tried it out on my new car; here’s what I think.
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I love the color of your car.
I must admit I like Kirk’s car and it’s color also…however my issue with Car Play is that (at least on my iPhone) it has a momentary “skip” in every song. At first I thought it had to do with losing the satellite signal to the vehicle (my songs are mostly in the cloud) but that is not it. Every song has a split second glitch that I cannot explain…