I created an account just to post to this topic! I cant say more fantastic things about PPE. You guys really have something special here. I have also been promoting your product DashCommand on many of my other car forum sites. I am also considering buying your ScanXL Pro software system. I would be pulling the trigger today on the ScanXL Pro software opening up more options knowing that DashCommand app was Carplay compatible. I cant agree more with the other forum members here on how important this is. By showing my support for DashCommand's Carplay compatibility goes hand in hand with the support I show for PPE. I cant even grasp the amount of members on my car forum sites that would purchase the software along with the app knowing it would work with Carplay. I truly hope that PPE receives approval from Apple. With Apples iPhone consuming 42.6 percent of the smartphone market, this is a must. What a money maker! Lets face it, iPhone wins and so will PPE if DashCommand becomes compatible!
**Samsung ranked second with 28.3 percent market share, followed by LG with 8.4 percent (up 0.4 percentage points), Motorola with 5 percent and HTC with 3.8 percent (up 0.1 percentage points).https://www.comscore.com/Insights/Market-Rankings/comScore-Reports-March-2015-US-Smartphone-Subscriber-Market-Share
Apple announced CarPlay with several big-name partners already on board, like BMW, Ford, GM, Honda, Hyundai, Kia, Nissan, and more. Many of these manufacturers initially targeted 2014 launch dates for CarPlay-enabled vehicles, but delays have pushed potential launches into 2015 and 2016. For a long time, Ferrari was the only manufacturer with a CarPlay vehicle available, but support is became more widespread in the summer of 2015.
Many of Apple's partners have remained silent on release dates, but manufacturers like Volkswagen, Honda, and Chevy have already released 2016 vehicles with CarPlay support, with others like Buick, GMC, and Cadillac promising CarPlay-equipped vehicles in 2016.http://www.macrumors.com/roundup/carplay/
Apple has a submission form on their website. If we think our app would work well with CarPlay then we request access. So I sent them a submission a couple of week ago. I haven't heard back yet. Hopefully they will respond to us. I think DashCommand would be good with CarPlay.