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Here are the cars that currently support Apple CarPlay

Honda's 2018 Ridgeline will feature an option that allows owners to use CarPlay.

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Apple rumors: What's coming next!

The WWDC 2017 keynote has come and gone and that means there are far fewer rumors left on our list — for now.

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We're at WWDC 2017 and here's how to follow along with us!

Apple is hosting its annual developer conference starting June 5 and iMore will be on the ground and in the mix. Here's everything you need to know to join us from the comfort of your living room.

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Best CarPlay Enabled Audio Receivers

While some newer cars come with CarPlay built-in, you can always enjoy CarPlay in almost any car by installing a new audio receiver in your dash. Here’s are our favorite CarPlay enabled audio receivers.

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How to use Siri with Google Maps

An old iOS trick once let you directly query Siri to open Google Maps, but it’s dead now. Instead, use this workaround.

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How to use CarPlay: Siri, menus, and more!

If you are used to using iOS, odds are that CarPlay will be no struggle for you to learn. Some of the user interface elements can be a bit tricky to learn, so let's take a look at how it all works so you can utilize it to its fullest.

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How to get directions and use Apple Maps with CarPlay

Apple Maps can be very useful in getting you where you want to go, and it becomes even easier to use when connected to a CarPlay-compatible vehicle. Let's take a look at how you can use it to get around town.

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These 3 Dash Cams Work With Your iPhone

Which dash cams will work with my iPhone?

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6 Reasons Why You Should Consider a Dash Cam 🚗📽

Whether you’re someone who drives short distances for your daily commute or you're planning an epic cross-country road trip, installing a dash cam in your car could save you a lot of grief and change your driving perspective.

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Swift-ing to Autopilot: Why did Lattner leave for Tesla?

Up until recently, Chris Lattner lead Apple's Developer Tools Department, leading the development of Swift and Xcode. Now he's at Tesla, leading the development of Autopilot. Why make such a risky jump? Our Tesla expert, Derek Kessler, weighs in.

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