Ford SYNC Update Brings Siri Eyes-Free To 5 Million Drivers

December 3, 2015

An update to the Ford’s SYNC platform will give 5 million drivers access to Siri Eye-Free, which will let them make phone calls and ask for directions.

Ford is offering a software update to more than 5 million of its SYNC-equipped vehicle owners, with cars and trucks dating all the way back to the 2011 model year, which will bring Apple’s Siri digital assistant to an even wider audience.

The software update, available for vehicles equipped with the second generation of SYNC — known as MyFord Touch in North America — will see the Siri Eyes-Free capability added, giving users hands-free access to additional iPhone features.

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