Word is that Apple is secretly working on their own self driving electric car.
No one knows for sure if or when they'll actually bring a car to market but it's an exciting thought.
That said, there are some features Apple includes in their products that I really hope don't make it into their car.
I'm Donald Bell.
Here are the Top 5 Apple car features that you don't want.
Starting off at #5 Siri.
Now don't get me wrong, Siri can be useful in the car but and maybe this says more about me, I can't use Siri for more than 30 seconds before I start yelling at her.
Now imagine if Siri was the default interface for your entire car?
You could tell your car where to go and you'd have to hear her thinly veiled robotic condescension coming back at you every time.
[NOISE] At number four, a closed Ecosystem.
Apple is notorious for this.
If they had their way, this car would be only compatible with the iPhone and probably only the latest model of the iPhone.
So probably be some special tires that we'll use, that you can only get at the Apple store, along with your Jony Ive air freshener.
Coming in at number 3, Apple maps navigation.
If we're talking about a self-driving car, there's no way that APple's gonna risk a car crash by allowing you to use a navigation service that it's not accountable for.
It makes sense but also means that Apple car owners are going to be stuck using Apple navigation.
Which still leaves some room for improvement.
At number two, a sealed engine.
Apple is not such a big fan of allowing users to peek inside their products.
Their laptops are sealed tight.
And repairing an iPhone is about as easy as DIY dentistry.
So if you want to take a peek at your Apple car and Apple motor, expect to make an appointment with your local Apple car genius.
Now before we get to the number one feature we don't want in a hypothetical Apple car, let's take a minute to appreciate what is sure to be Apple car's best feature, its resale value.
Part of the reason that people confidently preorder every product that Apple makes.
Is that it's just understood that if you don't like it, you can turn around and sell it to some other sucker and get most of your money back.
Or paint it gold and turn a profit.
And now the number one feature we don't want in an Apple car, a proprietary charging connector.
This is the company that gave us the 30-pin iPod connector, the MagSafe laptop charger, the Thunderbolt part, the lightning cable, the original iPhone headphone jack that would only work with Apple headphones.
Apple may be forced to use the US easy charging standards, but you know they'll be gritting their teeth the whole time.
So there you go, five features that I hope Apple doesn't include on their rumored Apple car.
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I'm Donald Bell.
Thanks for watching.