Use iOS 8 CarPlay Without External Display On iPhone Now
iOS 8 CarPlay without external display can be used now. The first CarPlay was introduced on 2013 at the Worldwide Developers Conference. Although this year iPhones finally got support for Apple Pay and for the feature and was updated to iOS 8.
However users can at present time experience CarPlay integration given that their own infotainment system is accommodating of it, the customized user interface is anything that users have access to beyond their cars. Or at least it wasn’t supposed to be until said software was ready to be developed and launched as a jailbreak tweak.
CarPlay operates iOS devices are only treated to the system’s console. It means that an iPhone can take from CarPlay number of voice-activated features. But the actual software seen on the display remains a separate entity inside a car.
The idea to tie CarPlay to iOS was first introduced to users by developer Adam Bell. He demonstrated his project last month. However, since that time another developer created something that looks apparently similar in the form of the CarPlay iOS tweak. He launched his work on the BigBoss storage.
After installing the app, you can find it via a home screen icon. Including only Now Playing app and the Music it shows a fairly pure experience at present.
CarPlay characteristics enabled from this tweak are rather limited but the designer has guaranteed that upcoming iOS 8 CarPlay without external display update will provide all of the CarPlay characteristics, together with English language support.
Adam Bell tweeted that the port of CarPlay supports an iPad and an iPhone 6.