MacRumors could reveal that Apple has kidnapped two Mercedes engineers in its eternal “Apple Car” project.
“Project Titan” – Have they reached the finish line?
It has been hinted that Tim Cook won’t make it to the launch of Apple’s own car, and that Apple Glass will likely be the last new product category he will rule, possibly in 2025, before giving the baton to someone else in Apple’s system.
Anyway, this is great news on Apple’s blog, because it can reveal that a newcomer has experience in vehicle mass production, steering, software, and project management. This person is now responsible for product design development in Apple’s Special Projects Group. He previously worked at Porsche with many of the same assignments.
Apple has been working on the car for at least 7 years
It’s been very difficult to see how far Apple has come, but it’s reasonably certain that they have several major challenges, many years ago as well.
Interest in the Apple car dropped dramatically in the industry when there were persistent reports that Apple still did not want to produce its own car, but instead wanted to develop software for others. That doesn’t seem to be the case anymore, luckily, for who doesn’t want to see what Apple can achieve with a car?
all the way back 2016 The company leader for the project lost:
“Although the exact circumstances surrounding Steve Zadsky’s decision remain unknown, it should have nothing to do with his outcome with the project. So far, he is still working, but he has made it clear that he is leaving the company.
In 2014 Cook gave his “approval” to the project and put Zadesky in the driver’s seat. There was a lot of secrecy surrounding the project, and the scale was reported to be anywhere from 100 to 1,000 people involved in this phase.”
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