Apple CEO Tim Cook suggests the car project is still alive; Praise Tesla

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In an interview with The New York Times, Cook said autonomous technology in cars is an ideal match for the company.

For those of you who thought the Apple Car project was over, well, there is good news, as Apple CEO Tim Cook has hinted that the Apple Car might still be happening. In an interview with The New York Times, Cook said autonomous technology in cars is an ideal match for the company. During a Sway podcast with Kara Swisher, Cook said, “A self-driving car is a robot, so there’s a lot you can do with autonomy; we’ll see what Apple does.”

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The question of whether the company would go ahead and build a car was something that remained unanswered. However, Cook hinted that Apple is likely building an autonomous driving platform, which could be used by automakers. In a brief statement, he captured that nuance and said, “We love to integrate hardware, software, and services, and find the intersection points of those because we think that’s where the magic is. operates. “

Apple car key was introduced on BMW cars recently

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It was recently that Apple caught a big fish from Porsche – Dr Manfred Harrer, VP Cayenne and Head of Chassis Development and he’s likely to be one of the key members who will help push. the Titan project and bring it to its logic. conclusion.

Cook also praised Tesla, a company that pushes the boundaries and has somehow become a benchmark in both EV and autonomous technology. He said: “Tesla has done an amazing job of not only establishing the head, but keeping the head for such a long period of time in the EV space.”

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We can’t wait to hear more about the company, because given everything that has been said about autonomous driving at the moment, we’re sure Apple is making progress in the right direction.

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