One of the most requested applications by Tesla users was seen in action!
One of the most anticipated duos in the world of technology has become a reality at least for a moment. As first reported by a user of Redditthanks to an image, Apple Music has been seen running in a Tesla Model S car.
According to the demo, users will be able to access it by scanning a QR code on their mobile to log into Apple Music and use the app. Available images confirm that opening the QR code directs users to the activate.apple.com site, where they must “enter the code displayed on their device” to proceed.
A long-standing project
Although initially the images predicted that the Apple Music integration could arrive with Tesla’s annual holiday update due to roll out next month. However, the author of the original videos, Aaron Cash, clarified that the demo was not done on a complete car at the Petersen Museum, but on one a modified firmware.
—Aaron Cash (@aaronjcash) November 20, 2022
Currently, music service apps in Tesla vehicles include Spotify, Tidal and TuneInbut the addition of Apple Music will be a great addition, considering that it is one of the most popular streaming services.
Is It is not the first time that references to Apple Music for Tesla vehicles have been known. One of them was detected in December 2020, but the code references were removed last July.
While the addition of Apple Music, via Apple CarPlay, is one of the most requested options among Tesla users, it’s also likely never to happen. At this point, it’s hard for the car company to give up its own operating system to allow CarPlay, but at least we now know there’s a trick to getting it done.