Posts Tagged ‘iCar’

In a veiled revelation at Apple’s annual shareholder’s meeting, Apple CEO Tim Cook seems to have suggested that the Apple Car is real, but is a long ways away from being released.

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In a recent interview with BBC, Tesla CEO Elon Musk said that it is “obvious” that Apple is building an electric car and that its endeavors are an “open secret”.

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Amid constant speculation regarding the rumored Apple Car, the Cupertino company has taken control of not one, but three car-related top-level web domains, namely, apple.car, apple.cars and apple.auto.

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Unless you’re extremely consumer technology minded, and extremely au fait with everything that goes on internally at your favorite tech company, the name Tony Fadell may not mean anything to you. After enjoying a stint at Apple – where he ended up being referred to as the “father of the iPod” – Fadell is now the current CEO of Nest, the Alphabet-owned company that designs and develops intelligent thermostats and other home automation products. That clearly keeps him busy, but he’s managed to find the time to reminisce with Bloomberg TV about his time at Apple under the late, iconic Steve Jobs and had a few things to say about the rumored Apple Car.

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Apple has allegedly given the official go-head to its electric car team, allowing it to move the Apple Car into “committed project” mode. Furthermore, a prospective release date of 2019 has been slapped on the project.

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Apple has been rumored to have a team working on an autonomous car for quite a while now, and while the rumor hasn’t been around quite as long as the fabled Apple TV streaming service, it is one that simply won’t go away. There has been little in the way of solid proof that such a thing as an Apple-made car is in the works, though that hasn’t stopped the rumors from flying.

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A job site recently hosted a competition to allow designers to shift away from modern technology and focus on designing something that has no real basis in reality yet; the rumoured Apple iCar.

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Apple is working towards getting an automobile of its own onto the roads as soon as 2020, according to a new report. More details can be found right here.

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Apple’s mystery minivans have started to pop up across the U.S. in a number of locations, and it was just yesterday when we got a glimpse of one roaming in the streets of Palo Alto. Today, said minivan was spotted once more in a new location, and one certain individual was swift enough to record an up close video of it, before Apple’s secret Dodge Caravan drove away.

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Humor: The Apple iCar Features

By | February 17th, 2015

Long before the iPhone became a reality, Steve Jobs was planning to take Apple into the automobile industry with a full-fledged vehicle. Dubbed as the iCar, it has now been discussed in a rather deservingly sarcastic tone by a famous publishing. Details to follow right after the break.

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Last week, it emerged that Apple may be working towards building its own iCar, although initially, it didn’t seem as though self-driving capabilities would be part of this initiative. It was subsequently reported, however, that Apple could be set to rival Google in this capacity, and despite the small matter of the impending Apple Watch – touted as a game-changer in its own right – the tech world has certainly been taken aback by these revelations. Swiftly following on from last week’s reports, a new video captures a notably strange-looking vehicle stalking residential areas of Palo Alto – strikingly similar to the one spotted in San Francisco – and while there’s no way of confirming either way, it’s being suggested that the minivan in question could have something to do with Apple’s secretive venture.

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Google and Apple are considered by most not only as the market leaders, but the workhorses pushing the limits in terms of innovation and broadening the digital arena’s horizons. With the Big G working to bring self-driving Google Car to the masses – an endeavor that could apparently give Uber a run for its money – we now have more information on Apple’s purported electric car effort, which, as well as commanding a vast research and development team, may also embrace the idea of cars that mobilize almost completely independently of human interaction.

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