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From the time Apple announced CarPlay last month, the number of OEM partners that have committed to integrating CarPlay into their vehicles has grown substantially.
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- The latest industry stats on the expected growth of the connected vehicle marketplace from now until 2020
- A complete overview of Apple’s OEM partners that will be implementing CarPlay technology over the next few years
- Analysis of CarPlay’s compatibility with various forms of in-vehicle technology
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