“Project Titan” was begun in 2014 under the leadership of Tim Cook and the supervision of Steve Zadesky, thus far, not so much as a singlebit of concrete data became known through official media channels.
One expected response to that question is Apple’s way of weaving tools and services into the fabric of our lives. Take, for example, iPhone clients. Their hesitance to change to Android is notable by everybody, and the Facebook fight over following via web-based media.
There’s no denying Apple needs a ton of experimentation prior to settling the winning formula for the autonomous vehicle that could disturb the industry like Tesla did with electric vehicles. Nevertheless, TF International Securities examiner Ming-Chi Kuo has an alternate opinion about the car.
As indicated by an examination note acquired by MacRumors, the particulars still can’t seem to be finished and the current advancement plan isn’t clear. Kuo accepts that 2025 to 2027 is the earliest we’ll see the car, and his thinking for the timetable reduces to a new bungle known as the HomePod.
“Although Apple has a variety of competitive advantages, it is not always successful in new business. For example, Apple has failed to enter the smart speaker market, and the development of new smart speakers has been temporarily suspended.”
“The competition in the electric vehicle and self-driving vehicle markets is fiercer than that for smart speakers.” According to the analyst, another concern is big data. When the Apple Car eventually launches, “current self-driving car brands will have accumulated at least five years of big data.”
Because of this gap, the Apple Car could be deferred to 2028 or later.