I cannot imagine why they did not meet their $10,000 goal. But this seems to have been worked out well: They could be available in the future. https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/huback-plug-play-no-more-turning-imac
TomTom U.S.A does not work with CarPlay, as far as I know. But it works great for me with my own customized version of CarPlay with a 9.7" screen: And, as long as I have the WiFi + Cellular iPad plugged into the power adapter, I can use Siri hands-free to open apps, play music, search for other directions using Apple's Maps app, etc.
I use an iMac with a 3rd party Bluetooth keyboard and Apple's Magic Trackpad. I have zero problems.
I have, however, identified two minor issues with OS X 10.10 that will, hopefully, be resolved with the next update.
I do this once in a while. I have a Google Voice number, and a Skype subscription. I have Google voice set to ring both my iPhone number and Skype on my Mac. If I receive a call on my iPhone, and then realize that I would prefer to take the call on Skype on my Mac, I press the * key on my iPhone, Skype on my Mac rings, and I take the call through Skype on my Mac. It works very well, and is very simple, once you get a Google Voice number and a Skype subscription.
Originally Posted by AppleInsider
With 4 million iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus units presold in their first 24 hours of availability, investors on Wall Street are increasingly optimistic about the success of Apple's next-generation handsets, with predictions for the upcoming holiday edging higher to 60 million sales in a single quarter.
Apple will sell more than sixty million iPhones in Q4 2014.