The last time I sat in a Tesla was August 2013, right after which we reserved our Model X. One issue that disappointed me was the poor interoperability of my iPhone with the car's interface. Using a cable was pointless because the car could only play music from the iPhone via Bluetooth, and then it could only skip forward or back one track, not actually browse the content on the device. The cable was solely for charging the iPhone. Since I see the Model X has an iPhone "holster" with a lightning connector, does that mean that the current version of the Tesla software allows one to bring up the iPhone on the main screen and browse albums, songs, artists, etc. as I can do in other cars when the cable is connected? And does Model X allow one to use Siri? Perhaps "Siri Eyes Free" is implemented, or Apple Car Play? (or Android Auto?) Thanks for your observations and answers!