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.
Apple has talked building a car with Nissan, but those discussions are no longer active
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.
New report aims to show the potential candidates to help Apple build the Apple Car
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.
Hyundai and Kia are apparently not in talks to develop an autonomous vehicle with Apple
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.
Apple will invest $3.6 billion in Kia Motors for Apple Car manufacturing
If the rumors are true and Apple plans on debuting its first automobile in just five years, the company has to move things along. That's probably why, at least in part, there are so many reports of Apple's plans and development swirling around now. Like how the company's now investing money to help secure manufacturing.
Apple reportedly hires Porsche’s VP of Chassis Development for Apple Car project
The rumor mill refuses to give up on the idea of an Apple-branded vehicle. Then again, when news breaks of a major new hire that will help that vision along, maybe it makes sense why the rumors won't fade out.
One Hyundai executive says the company is ‘agonizing’ over potentially working on the Apple Car
Word on the street is that Apple is trying to team up with an automobile company, one that's already entrenched in the market, to help build its oft-rumored Apple Car. One such company appears to be Hyundai, but a new report suggests at least one executive isn't too keen on the idea.
The Apple Car may use a ‘C1’ chip based on A12 Bionic and feature eye-tracking technology
It's certainly starting to feel like the Apple Car is a real thing the company isn't just toying around with, but rather a project that will become the real deal before too long. Today we have yet another rumor pointing to its seemingly inevitable arrival.
Apple met with EV startup Canoo as it moves forward with the Apple Car project
Things are certainly starting to heat up in regards to the oft-rumored, and yet still unofficial Apple Car. The news cycle won't give up on Project Titan, and it certainly sounds like an Apple-branded car is on the way.
Apple is still working on its self-driving car, but it’s still ‘half a decade away’ at least
One of the long-standing rumors floating around Apple is the company's efforts to build an automobile. "Project Titan" as it's known, the Apple Car has been in the works for some time. However, we may be many years away before we see it actually launch.
VW CEO says he’s looking forward to ‘new competitors’ as Apple Car rumors circulate
It's hard to argue with the power of an Apple rumor. Even if nothing ever comes of it --remember the Apple TV set?-- the market usually starts to expect its arrival anyway. And, of course, CEOs of other companies that might have to start competing with Apple directly are asked whether or not they're ready for the competition.
Elon Musk says he reached out to Tim Cook to try and get Apple to acquire Tesla
Before 2020 closes out, we get to hear some pretty surprising information from none other than Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla. According to the chief executive, he reached out to another executive at another company in an effort to see about a potential acquisition of the electric automobile company. Turns out? Tim Cook of Apple didn't even take the meeting.