As new employees were brought into Apple’s secret effort to create a self-driving car a few years ago, managers told them that they were working on the company’s next big thing: A product that would take on Detroit and disrupt the automobile industry. These days, Apple’s automotive ambitions are more modest. The company has put off any notion of an Apple-branded autonomous vehicle and is instead working on the underlying technology that allows a car to drive itself. Timothy D Cook, the company’s chief executive, said in an interview with Bloomberg in June ...
Apple scales back ambitions for self-driving car
Apple's testing vehicles will carry employees between its various Silicon Valley offices
Daisuke Wakabayashi | NYT |