Tesla will bring Apple Music support to the entertainment system with the new software update for its electric vehicles.
The Apple Music application has come a long way since its launch, and has begun to be adopted as a music streaming platform that has made a name for itself in the market. Tesla, on the other hand, is preparing to bring Apple’s music streaming platform to its electric vehicles. Details and references to the preparation are in the notes for a new Tesla software update.
Tesla software update notes discovered by a Twitter user with the username “Greentheonly” indicate that Apple Music is coming to Tesla vehicles soon. Spotify, as previously known, has been the main source of listening to music on Tesla for a long time. Because Tesla vehicles do not have music streaming services such as Apple Music, Tidal or Deezer yet.
Looks like more media sources are coming soon. Though it's not quite there yet.— green (@greentheonly) December 27, 2020
The icon in UI is wrong, but the correct on is already populated. pic.twitter.com/dmavYUvuh7
The update notes discovered by Greentheonly confirmed once again that support for Tidal and Amazon Music will come soon. In addition, it was confirmed that Apple Music support will be coming soon.
Apple Car may enter our lives after 2028
In addition, it was recently announced that Apple is in the early stages of producing its own electric vehicle. However, analyst Ming-Chi Kuo points out that it is unlikely that Apple Car will catch up from 2025 to 2028 and even beyond. For this reason, Apple Music may continue to expand in different electric vehicles, and the first stop will apparently be Tesla’s electric vehicles.
Finally, let’s note that it is not yet clear when Apple Music will be available in Tesla vehicles, but there may be statements about it in the coming days.