All 2017 models will come with Ford's Sync 3 system and will be compatible with Apple's and Google's smartphone-compatible systems.
That includes the 2017 models - Escape, Fusion, Mustang and Explorer - already on the market.
Having both systems work with Sync 3 is good news for both Ford and car buyers, in a market divided between iOS and Android, meaning neither party has to decide between the two when it comes to manufacturing/buying.
Both CarPlay and Auto let users use their smartphone to access voice commands, music, and a variety of other apps on the dashboard screen.
"Ford is not taking the traditional approach of introducing Apple CarPlay and Google Android Auto on a few piecemeal models or as an expensive option on luxury vehicles only," said Jeffrey Hannah, Director of North America for global automotive technology research firm SBD, in a press release.
"The guesswork for consumers is over – if you buy any 2017 Ford vehicle with SYNC 3, you drive off the lot with both of these innovative technologies ready to go."
To use CarPlay you'll need an iPhone 5 running iOS version 7.1 or later, while Auto requires at least Android 5.0 Lollipop.
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