Eyes Free Announced Integrating Siri with your Car [WWDC 2012 Coverage]

By: Shawn Hess - June 11, 2012

Yet another development from Apple revealed at today’s Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC 2012) in San Francisco. It’s Siri integration for your car. Say hello to hands free. And it’s not just in English either. Siri has learned Spanish, French, Italian, Korean, Mandarin, and Cantonese.

That’s right, Apple has been working with a number of automobile makers to bring to life a true one touch feature that will take your eyes off your device and put them where they belong, on the road. Apparently in the next 12 months, eyes free Siri integration will be available on various models from BMW, GM, Mercedes, Land Rover, Jaguar, Audi, Toyota, Chysler, and Honda. Talk about a safety feature, this is true hands free integration.

The new technology will be available for iOS so you can integrate your iPhone or iPad right into the steering wheel of your car. One touch and Siri is taking your commands with no need to be distracted from the road. Stay tuned to Webpronews for more developments out of WWDC 2012.

Shawn Hess

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  • http://www.eyesfree.nl Frank

    Great to see this addition to the Apple saga in the ‘offline’ world. Looking forward to the new cars that are build with this functionality.