What? Of course you can.Thanks - the reason I suspect it doesn’t as I’m not sure how you would switch phones.
My guess is that Volvo would never bother to implement that feature as you do it by changing physical usb “connections”.
It’s such a shame it’s not integrated.
You only have one usb for carplay though, therefore you need to remove phone 1 before connecting phone 2.
As regards the connection, most of the guys who bought this device had loads of issues for first connecting/pairing, but I think pass that all goes smooth.
Wireless CarPlay surfaced early 2016, from random Chinese suppliers but there were various problems due to the digital signatures and all that Apple is famous for.
BMW was the first car manufacturer to implement wireless CarPlay support in their 2017 model and shortly after MB followed.
Me personally, am happy and satisfied that I have CarPlay in my car. I don't mind a small movement of connecting a lightning cable as much as I don't mind selecting Individual Mode.
An interesting question that just popped up in my head is how much power (battery drain) does Wireless CarPlay require.