At this point it's surprising when we find out there isn't an app for something. Hell, this weekend I learned there's an iPhone that works as a baby monitor. Crazy, right?

Today Apple announced at the World Wide Developers Conference that they haven't taken over cars..yet a new feature built into iOS 7, which comes out this fall. iOS in the Car will allow users increased functionality in syncing iPhones with their cars. Vehicles' in-car display systems will be able to mirror the iPhone screen and display traffic conditions using the iPhones GPS. Drivers will also be able to use Siri and stream the new iTunes Radio on their vehicle's sound system. Twelve manufacturers are already on board, including Chevy, Honda, and Mercedes-Benz.  

Now, we just wait on Apple to introduce the iCar. 

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[via Motor Authority