Apple has been constantly optimizing its own car entertainment intelligent system CarPlay. In the past period of time, we also see more and more car brands and car models began to support CarPlay. According to the Strategy Analytics survey found that iPhone users in the car seems to have a soft spot for CarPlay.
In the United States, 23% of smartphone users believe that CarPlay is their own future purchase of vehicles "essential" function, while 56% of users said they are interested in CarPlay technology, and hope that their next car can support this Car entertainment intelligent system. Of course, 21% of users said they were not interested in CarPlay.
So in the European region, how many respondents believe that CarPlay is their own future purchase of vehicles "essential" function? The answer is 25%, this data is comparable to the US data. And in China, up to 36% of users said, CarPlay is a must have the function, do not know if you are not buying a car, will pay special attention to their fancy new car support CarPlay function?
So on the whole, on a global scale, more than 30% of consumers are willing to pay an extra fee for Apple's CarPlay feature, as long as it is reasonably priced.
To know that some users are now even willing to pass the wireless CarPlay receiver, CarPlay will be added to the car they are driving. The iLX-107 has been a lot of car owners have been concerned about, just from the side to verify this point, although this wireless CarPlay receiver expensive.
In addition to more and more models to support CarPlay, we also saw Sony before the introduction of the new XAV-AX200 car audio receiver, but also began to support Apple's CarPlay system. Other vendors currently supporting the CarPlay system include Alpine, Clarion, Kenwood, JBL, JVC and Pioneer.
At the same time, in iOS 11, many features and features have received a very large upgrade, which includes CarPlay. Have to say CarPlay continue to expand their camp, do not know how you feel CarPlay experience? Is it a must function? Tell us your thoughts.