Handy with the Apple Music App for Tesla

Automaker Tesla rolled out a holiday software update last week that added Apple Music support to Tesla vehicles, so we thought we’d give it a try for those interested in a hands-on demo of how Apple’s streaming music service is on the Tesla works platform.

Apple Music support for Tesla cars is something Tesla owners have been waiting for, as the electric car company has so far only worked with streaming services like Spotify.

The experience works as expected and the full Apple Music service is available. The navigation experience is superior compared to Spotify e.g. B. Options to pull songs from a playlist to go to the entire album, as well as better UI interactions.

Navigation is also straightforward, although it’s worth noting that iTunes Match content doesn’t seem to be available for access. Lossless and Dolby Atmos also don’t appear to be available in Teslas at the moment, and it’s not clear if that functionality will be enabled at a later date.

If you’re a Tesla owner, you’ll need the Tesla Holiday Update 2022.44.25 to access Apple Music, which rolled out in the last seven days.

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