Developer shows how to use Apple CarPlay in a Tesla by utilizing a Raspberry Pi #piday #raspberrypi @Raspberry_Pi
Tesla and apple aren’t two brands known to be compatible. @mikegapinski shared his solution on Twitter. Via Tesla North:
Apple Music may be a possibility given other music services such as Tidal and Spotify are supported, CarPlay in a Tesla may be slim to none, considering the automaker favours its own user interface.
But now, one developer has created a hack to run Apple CarPlay in their Tesla. Polish developer Michał Gapiński shared his CarPlay hack, which runs in Tesla’s in-car browser. We see the CarPlay interface, Apple Maps, plus working Apple Music that even plays in the background.
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