iOS connectivity software

  • 21-Jun-2013 02:29 EDT
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The Connectivity Solution Accelerator for Linux from Wind River allows consumers to connect their iOS devices to Linux-based in-vehicle infotainment (IVI) systems. A further expansion of Wind River’s existing iOS connectivity offerings, the new software enables the car’s central IVI unit to act like an accessory to view and play content from an iOS device docked into the vehicle. After connecting to a consumer’s iOS device via Wind River software, the IVI unit can play multimedia content, such as music and videos, and the car steering wheel can be used as a remote control. A variety of devices are supported, including iPhone, iPad, iPad Mini, iPod, and iPod Nano. 

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