Menu options in the iOS 7 beta show that AirPlay will be a part of the coming iOS in the Car feature that was lightly touched on at WWDC.
A report on Tuesday indicates Apple has bigger plans for the car beyond a hands-free assistant app: teaming up with carmakers to offer Apple Maps and Siri on a car’s in-dash system.
After Chevy, Honda is the second car company to announce new car models coming with Siri this year.
The automaker isn’t adding Apple’s service to any high-end models just yet, but two smaller cars aimed at buyers on a budget. To use it, owners will need an iPhone 4S or iPhone 5 running iOS 6 that can connect to the car’s infotainment system.
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