Last week, Domino’s Pizza revealed that it will now be possible to complete an order from the touchscreen of its car.
The new app on “Apple Car Play” will only be available in the United States.
Operating the app is simple. All you have to do is pre-register your order in advance to be able to formalize the transaction.
“Domino’s is the first pizza chain to offer this take-out option via Apple Car Play,” the company said in a statement.
To celebrate the app’s arrival on Apple Car Play, the company is organizing a car ride for a family who can no longer wait. Then we see her issue a request from her SUV’s touchscreen to reduce the wait.
On social networks, some denounced the initiative of the American multinational corporation.
“What a bad idea to allow ordering on a car’s touch screen,” testifies the user who moved Domino’s ads.
“Always online and more and more in a hurry. We won’t get out of it,” says another Twitter user.
At this time, the option to order from “Apple Car Play” is not available to Canadian consumers.
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