It’s been delayed from its initial end-2016 window, but Ford has finally updated 2016 model year vehicles in the United States fitted with the SYNC 3 infotainment system. The new version 2.2 firmware throws in Apple CarPlay and Android Auto support, which was introduced on 2017 model year vehicles last year.

Customers can update the software either by visiting a Ford dealership or by plugging in a USB drive with the update, which can be downloaded via Ford’s owner site. Alternatively, systems equipped with WiFi can be set up to automatically download and install the new firmware over the air, making this the first time Ford is making an update available via WiFi.

“Our SYNC 3 software platform was designed to be easy to update so we can get our customers the latest and greatest features, functionally and security enhancements,” said Ford Connected Vehicle and Services executive director Don Butler. “With over-the-air updates, we can deliver new features to customers in the background while they continue using their vehicles.”

For now, it’s unclear when, or even if, the update will be offered outside North America. In Malaysia, the Ranger is the only model to come with SYNC 3, on the range-topping 3.2 Wildtrak.