Sync 3 Now Supports Apple CarPlay

Clients are now able to upgrade by downloading the application to a USB drive, seeing a dealership or using an over-the-air Wi-Fi connection. That is Ford's first application upgrade via Wi-Fi. It offers a convenient and automatic option to present update Procedures

Clients with model-year 2016 Ford vehicles may upgrade to the newest SYNC 3 variation 2.2 to acquire this service for Android Auto and Apple CarPlay.
"Our SYNC 3 applications platform was created to be simple to upgrade so we could get our clients the most up-to-date and greatest attributes, functionally and safety improvements," explained Don Butler, executive director, Ford Connected Vehicle and solutions. "With over-the-air upgrades, we could provide new features to clients from the background while they keep with their vehicles"
Android Car
Compatible with Androidâ„¢ apparatus 5.0 and greater, Android Auto brings the Android encounter into the vehicle easily and safely. It provides Google Maps, Google Play Music, telephone, messaging and third party programs projected on the automobile's built-in screen and accessible via voice controllers. Having a simplified interface, big bit targets, Google voice hunt and easy-to-use voice controllers, Android Auto is intended to minimize diversion whilst on the street.
Apple CarPlay can be used with iPhone 5 and after versions running iOS 7.1 or greater. Apple CarPlay provides iPhone users an intuitive means to generate phone calls, utilize voice-guided navigation, listen to audio, and send and receive messages. The advantage makes it possible for the driver to remain centered on the street. Users may control Apple CarPlay via the in-vehicle screen or through Siri voice command. Apple CarPlay service demands a USB hub update available through Ford dealers.
Receiving upgrades over Wi-Fi
Ford has had SYNC updates since 2009, however that is actually the first time that the organization is offering an upgrade via Wi-Fi. In Wi-Fi-enabled vehicles using Automatic System Updates turned on in SYNC 3, the machine will periodically connect to a client's designated Wi-Fi system to check for upgrades. If an upgrade is available, the system automatically downloads the upgrade in the desktop over a time period with no customer interaction. And SYNC 3 was made to execute the upgrade so long as Wi-Fi is attached before the automobile turning away, therefore there's not any need to maintain the vehicle running for the upgrade to happen.
Stop by the service website and register/login to learn more about these upgrades.