In a recent newsletter, Bloomberg’s Mark Gorman claimed that Hyundai and the Genesis badge will support Apple CarKey “by summer. It’s not yet certain which models will offer this option, but it’s noted that some trim levels for the Ioniq 5 and other Hyundai vehicles that include NFC have a digital key.” It is currently owned.
And while remote locking controls have been available via smartphones for a while, CarKey (and its Android equivalent) treats the phone like a physical key, and you just have to bring your phone or Apple Watch to the door handle to unlock it, and you can even place your phone in a designated area to start Starting the car People who use broadband iPhones (such as iPhone 11 and later) can leave their phones in their pockets when they open and start the car.
And if the leak is subtle, Apple’s move could vastly expand the audience for digital car keys, and you wouldn’t need to shop from a single high-end brand to even think about it, and the deal could also indicate that a row over a potential EV collaboration wasn’t enough to deter Apple and Hyundai from exploring the CarKey team.
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