Kevin Lynch is Vice President of Technology at Apple, a major role that has been mostly tied to the Apple Watch. Over the course of many years, Lynch has spearheaded many of the health-related elements of the Apple Watch, and, even demonstrated them on stage at WWDC. But now his attention will reportedly be turned to another Apple-branded product.
The rumor mill won't give up on the Apple Car dream. It hasn't necessarily been on again, off again, but it has evolved over the years. But, for now, it appears things are back on track and Apple's working towards actually launching an electric automobile in several years.
The rumor mill refuses to give up on the idea that Apple is building an electric car. "Project Titan" has been humming along for quite some, and it appears Apple is not ready to give up on those same aspirations, either. Indeed, the company has recently landed a pretty big hire to help make it a reality one day.
Apple has reportedly lost several top managers that used to be attached to the self-driving vehicle team for its electric Apple Car as the bumpy road to Project Titan continues.
Apple has a lot of different projects in the work at any given time, which the company tries very hard to keep secret until it deems it's the right time to share. One such project is supposedly "Project Titan", with the teams reportedly working on Apple's first automobile.
Apple supplier LG Electronics and Canadian manufacturing powerhouse Magna International are apparently “very near” to signing a manufacturing deal that would help bring the long-rumored Apple Car to production, according to a new report.
Apple has a lot of different devices available for people to buy. They've expanded beyond just offering computers, and things get even more diverse when we get into all of the different variants of certain products. But the company that built the iPhone isn't slowing down, and the future is certainly... interesting.
A Toyota executive has said that Apple's rumored electric vehicle would have to address a bunch of important issues over its lifespan, starting with cutting steel, obtaining the materials and mass production, ending with its scrapping decades later.
Apple is reportedly working on yet another factor to help build its oft-rumored Apple Car, with the latest report suggesting the company's in active talks to secure more parts.
According to a pair of fresh reports, Nissan is no longer discussing a potential manufacturing tie-up with Apple regarding Project Titan, the iPhone maker's autonomous car project.
Apple is not likely going to let another company run the show when it comes to one of its own products, even its first automobile. However, it does need the help of some other company out there to help manufacture the thing. So, in light of that, and other recent reports, there's a new story out today that aims to shed some light on potential candidates.
Things have been moving along at a nice clip when it comes to rumors regarding the Apple Car. And it was certainly starting to look like Apple may have landed a deal with either Hyundai or Kia to help it along further. But it turns out that might not be the case after all.