Apple is refocusing its electric car project, according to a report from Bloomberg.
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Apple is reportedly launching its first-ever driverless electronic car in 2025, equipped with iOS, spacious seats, and safety functions.
Apple may be sharpening the focus of its long-in-development electric car. Bloombergsources claim Apple is now shifting its attention to a fully self-driving car, not just a more conventional vehicle with semi-autonomous features. New project leader Kevin Lynch wants the very first model to drive itself, the insiders said.
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The automaker may have undermined safety in designing its Autopilot driver-assistance system to fit its chief executive’s vision, former employees say.
The vehicle is rumoured to have no steering wheel or pedals, and the interior has a U-shaped seating plan
Apple is reportedly accelerating development of its electric car, targeting 2025 as a possible launch date — and now wants to make it fully self-driving.
Apple may be sharpening the focus of its long-in-development electric car. Bloomberg sources claim Apple is now shifting its attention to a fully self-driving car — without even a steering wheel.
Analysts at Morgan Stanley now say that Apple shares could hit $200 as we inch closer to the launch of new products such as an augmented reality headset or self-driving car. Shares of Apple stock rose over 2.5% in premarket trading on this prediction. As pointed out by CNBC, Morgan Stanley’s Katy Huberty believes that [
A video showing off Tesla's self-driving capabilities isn't exactly what it seems, The New York Times reports. The clip is still on Tesla's website.