After a visit from the Cupertino-based company, a number of South Korean electronic parts manufacturers have created Apple Car task forces.
Aviation startups clearly love Apple Car project employees. They’ve snatched up three more key engineers from Apple’s Project Titan.
A former Tesla executive who joined Apple’s Project Titan has left. It’s one more in a long string of departures from the Apple Car program.
Christopher Moore has moved to Apple to join its car team after having led the autopilot group at Tesla.
A new secret project at Apple has been leaked, looking to provide CarPlay deeper automobile integration, including climate controls and more.
Foxconn, a key Apple supplier, is set to partner with Lordstown Motors, further establishing itself in the car manufacturing space.
Kevin Lynch has replaced Doug Field as the head of the Apple car project, after the latter quit to head to Ford.
While we speculate Cupertino executives are in Tokyo talking to Toyota, another Apple Car project chief is moving to new highways.
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We’ve all been speculating for quite some time over who will build the Apple Car. The latest rumors point to Japanese auto maker Toyota.