Tesla teases the integration of Apple Music into its vehicle software. This information comes from an interesting source.
Tesla insists on integrating music and other apps directly into its user interface, unlike other automakers who are using phone mirroring with Android Auto or Apple CarPlay.
The automaker has integrated different music streaming services into its vehicles for years with apps that work on its central displays.
Most famously, Tesla integrated Spotify into its vehicles to serve as the main music streaming service.
The automaker integrated Tidal last year.
For years, Tesla has been talking about the possibility of adding some major ones like Apple Music or Amazon Music. But it hasn’t happened yet.
Tesla owners may be in line to get an Apple Music app, as Tesla has been seen running the app on its internal vehicles.
The information is sourced from visitors to the Petersen Museum in Los Angeles, which has a partnership with Tesla and features several prototype cars, including the Roadster, Cybertruck, and Roadster.
Some people noticed that Tesla was running software in some of these vehicles, which include an Apple Music app (via Reddit).
Although the app appears to work in Tesla’s vehicles, it is not currently available for customers.
Tesla usually plans to release a major “holiday update”, which will include a lot more features, in November or December. Tesla may be waiting for the update to pass Apple Music to customers.
Tesla now has more music apps in its vehicles. In recent software updates, Tesla made some changes to the user interface in its vehicles to make it easier to manage your music apps and access your main one.