Apple Car Release Date: 'Project Titan' Launch Date Buzz

Sep 05, 2016 05:26 AM EDT | Eve C.

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The public has been waiting for Apple to say anything about the Apple car or the so-called "Project Titan." The project remains a secret, but there is a buzz that they will make an announcement on Sept. 7.

Some of the anticipating loyal Apple users might have marked their calendars on the said date. As per Forbes, Apple will make an announcement for the special event at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco on Wednesday.

It might be possible since the Cupertino-based company is known for surprising the audience with new products. But of course, aside from the "Project Titan," there are other things to consider, like the much-awaited arrival of the iPhone 7.

On the other hand, Amigo Bulls noted that the Apple Car might be the product that has a huge potential and could provide a huge step up to the company. But aside from that, it is also known as one of the "best kept secret" products of Apple.

Since the information about the "Project Titan" has been scarce, many are anticipating of its premium quality and high-end features. But what we know so far is that they are teaming up with a South Korean company to produce a "hollow battery."

According to the South Korean outlet ET News, Apple is may be working on "cylindrical, hollow lithium-ion batteries."  This could be designed especially for the upcoming autonomous vehicle. 

Meanwhile, according to BGR, Apple started this million-dollar project by hiring thousands of employees. That includes the pool of engineers and labor workers.

Apple's Bob Mansfield lead the creative team behind the upcoming Apple Car product. On the other hand, Tim Cook recently celebrated his fifth anniversary as the CEO.

Stay tuned for more updates regarding Apple car here at Auto World News.

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