Apple’s Project Titan: The Truth Revealed

Aug 02, 2016 10:26 AM EDT | Jomar Teves

Rumors about Apple car have been rising over the past few months. Even though the company is trying so hard to hide their plans, people are going crazy about this so-called "Project Titan" that is forecasted to be offered in the market in the next five years.

To keep the readers updated, this website will tell people everything they need to know about this latest Apple product through information and evidence that were gathered. If one wanted to find out more about Apple then this page is perfect for him or her.

A lot of people have thought that the Apple car will be released in 2020 but on the current report according to The Information, the release date is estimated to be in 2021.

Apple is very particular to their computing system because they wanted to have secure in-house servers that process the massive amounts of data the vehicles will produce which caused the delay of the release of this car.

Comparing Tesla and Apple to this issue, Tesla has been using Amazon Web Services but on the other hand, Apple is somehow doubtful on this approach with the Apple Car. Moreover, the "Project Titan" supposed leader Steve Zadesky is no longer working for the Apple Company.

However, Apple is still very different from other electric automotive producers such as the General Motors and Tesla. However, Elon Musk, the Tesla's CEO is reported to have called the Apple's better late than never approach a missed opportunity.

Although the Apple Company has not yet confirmed about this project but the Reuters have reported that the company has been meeting and looking for manufacturers of electric vehicle charging stations. It is also rumored that this Apple Car will be an electric vehicle which makes it even more exciting. 

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