If we talk about electric cars, we undoubtedly have to talk about Tesla, Elon Musk’s company, which is dedicated to innovation, improving the technology of this type of car and, of course, selling its electric cars. The software in the Tesla’s navigation panels is updated as if it were a mobile operating system. A few hours ago an update was released that integrated Apple Music playback natively. Until now, Apple Music subscribers couldn’t play music on that platform in Teslas… but now they can. Could it have had something to do with Musk’s visit to Apple Park?

If you have a Tesla you can now listen to music on Apple Music

Stream over 100 million songs and 30,000 playlists ad-free. Listen to your entire library, discover new music, and tune in to live radio stations. To access Apple Music, tap the Apple Music icon in the Applications Launcher, scan the QR code with your mobile device, and sign in with your Apple ID. Note: A Premium Connectivity subscription is required to stream Apple Music over a cellular connection.

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The arrival of the software update for Christmas has meant the arrival of great functions to Tesla cars. Among them, of course, the ability to play music from Apple Music directly in the car’s navigation menus. However, one of the factors that must be taken into account is that a subscription to Premium Connectivity from Tesla to be able to enjoy this new compatibility.

Premium Connectivity is a premium package from Tesla that allows you to add features and experiences to your cars through software tools. It is priced at $9.99 per month or $99 per year. It is nothing new since the rest of the services are also included in this pack. Therefore, if you have a Tesla and you have Apple Music, you are in luck because years later you can already play and make use of your subscription in one of the most luxurious cars in the world.