"We're focusing on autonomous systems," Cook told Bloomberg in an interview at WWDC 2017, "We sort of see it as the mother of all AI projects." This confirms that Apple isn't working on a whole car, but rather a system that it could sell to automakers for sale in its own vehicles.
This is probably the wisest way to go. Instead of attempting to build a whole car from scratch -- a proposition that can take more than five years at a cost of more than $1 billion, and that's just for the car itself -- Apple can focus on its tech strengths and strive to build a system that will print even more money for the company withto buy a small country.
That said, it's not like Apple didn't try to build its own car. Last year, the company pivoted from that plan of attack to its current one after costs and staffing grew to Brobdingnagian proportions.
While it's nice to see Tim Cook finally go public with some details of Project Titan, the car project's internal code name, it's not like Apple could have lived in the shadows for much longer. Public information revealed that Apple was Lexus RX450h hybrids was seen .. Not longer after that, one of its kitted-out
The cat was already out of the bag, but now it's official. I suggest heading over to Bloomberg to watch the interview in full. Apple didn't immediately respond to a request for further comment.
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