Discussing in The Wall Street Journal’s WSJD Live conference in San Francisco on Tuesday, CEO Tim Cook called there would be “huge change” in the automotive sector in the coming years but did not remark on rumours about Apple’s own electric car endeavor. At this time, it is clear that Apple is working on developing a car. It’s made numerous high-professional file rentals in the auto space.
It lately compelled a bike startup to close down after pinching a number of its own workers -and is scouting out potential test sites -driving technology.
According to The Wall Street Journal, it is now a “committed project” with a provisional shipping date of 2019, although this may yet transform.
“You see that sovereign driving becomes a lot more significant.”
The CEO framed Apple’s interest -at least in the short term – in this software. The Cupertino company already offers CarPlay, a kind of mobile operating system for car infotainment systems.”we had enjoy folks as they enter their car. The industry is at an inflection point for massive change…not merely evolutionary change.”