Apple’s work on the Apple Car has “lost all visibility” at the current time, according to Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo. He says that if Apple does not adopt some kind of acquisition strategy to make inroads in the automotive market, it is unlikely that the Apple Car will be able to go into mass production “within the next years.”
It is true that there have been few Apple Car rumors in 2023, giving us little insight into what Apple is up to at the current time. One recurring theme in Apple Car development has been reports of internal strife over the direction of the project and the ultimate goal of the Apple Car.
Prior rumors suggested that Apple would begin testing on the Apple Car in 2025, with Apple aiming to provide a vehicle to consumers in 2026, but now that we are closing in on 2024, it seems unlikely that Apple will make that timeline with how little we’ve heard about work on the Apple Car this year.Related Roundup: Apple CarRelated Forum: Apple, Inc and Tech Industry
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