As had been anticipated, electric car maker Tesla on Tuesday rolled out a holiday software update that debuts support for Apple Music. Tesla owners have tweeted that the 2022.44.25 update allows Tesla owners to access their Apple Music accounts directly in their cars.
Stream over 100 million songs and 30,000 playlists ad-free. Listen to your entire library, discover new music, and tune into live radio stations. To access Apple Music, tap the Apple Music icon in the Application Launcher, scan the QR code with your mobile device, and login with your Apple ID.
Note: A Premium Connectivity subscription is required to stream Apple Music over a cellular connection.
@Tesla holiday update incoming! This is on our Canadian Model 3 SR+ in the NWT. ❤️ Thank you @elonmusk pic.twitter.com/JGeK9gFr7S
— James Locke (@arctechinc) December 13, 2022
Apple Music support was hinted at last month, when a Tesla exhibit at the Petersen Automotive Museum in Los Angeles featured a vehicle with an Apple Music app installed.
Apple Music now goes to 11 🔊
— Tesla (@Tesla) December 13, 2022