The next Tesla update could add Apple Music
At this end of the year, much is being said about the possible smart car from Apple and its arrival on the market. Jokes aside, it seems that the Cupertino firm is interested in joining the market in a few years and the most convincing idea that I personally read is for the inclusion of services in autonomous vehicles, something that will come sooner rather than later and that it will change our consumption habits inside cars when we move from one place to another without having to touch the steering wheel.
This is something that will end up coming but while it does not happen it seems that Tesla, one of those that could be a direct competitor -with years of advantage in the automobile industry over Apple- would be about to add the Apple Music service natively in its vehicles. So far all these Tesla users only have the Spotify service available, I also seem to remember that they gave away a year of the service when buying the car, now it seems that the Tesla will also add the Apple music service.
Looks like more media sources are coming soon. Though it’s not quite there yet.
The icon in UI is wrong, but the correct one is already populated. pic.twitter.com/dmavYUvuh7
— green (@greentheonly) December
Until now the only 100% electric that adds Apple Music in its vehicles is the Porsche Taycan, it is possible that the Tesla will add it in the next software version as indicated by the user Green and replicates the well-known MacRumors website. This is only a possibility that has not been officially confirmed by Tesla and much less by Apple, so it will be necessary to closely follow the rumor to see if it ends up being confirmed or not.