Apple Self Driving Car Launch Postponed or Delayed Till 2026

Apple Self Driving Car Launch Postponed or Delayed Till 2026

Earlier this year, it was reported that Apple would be scaling back its ambitious plans for a self-driving car. The company was reportedly looking to build a car in partnership with South Korean automaker Hyundai Motor Co., which would cost more than $120,000. This was a big step back from the company's previous ambitions, which were to produce a vehicle with Level 5 autonomy that would handle all driving situations.

Apple was originally aiming to have a self-driving vehicle on the road by the end of 2025. This car would have been powered by a high-powered computer, codenamed Denali, that would be comparable to Apple's top-of-the-line Mac chips. But now, the company has decided to focus on developing a vehicle with a steering wheel, which is the next logical step in the development of an autonomous vehicle.

Apple's project was previously dubbed "Project Titan." This name is based on the concept that Apple would build a vehicle with level-5 autonomy, a feat that was previously thought to be impossible. In fact, the company had even poached a couple of industry insiders to help out with the project. But the project has been plagued with production problems, and the company has reportedly scaled back its ambitious goals. Now, the company is focusing on building a car with a steering wheel, and will sell it for less than $100,000.

The company is currently working on the car's computer system, which is currently in a state of advanced development. It is reportedly comparable to the performance of four Apple top-of-the-line Mac chips.

The company is reportedly working on a self-driving system that can play games and watch movies while driving. It will alert drivers when it is time to switch to manual control, and will operate on its own on highways. But if the weather is bad, Apple will still require some human input.

Apple is also said to be developing a custom processor that is similar to the one found in the iPhone. Apple is also reportedly pursuing the use of LiDAR scanners and LED displays for its EV. The company is aiming to produce an automobile with a price tag of less than $100,000, which is similar to what Mercedes EQS prices currently stand at.

Apple also has a plan to release the self-driving car for use in North America. But it will not be ready to do that until 2026, at the earliest.

According to Bloomberg's Mark Gurman, the company's new plans for a car with an autonomous driving feature are not quite as grand as the ones that were previously on the table. Instead, Apple will focus on a simpler design. This car will feature a steering wheel and pedals, along with a few other key features. The company will be testing the vehicle in 2025, and is aiming to be on the road with a product in the hands of consumers by 2026.

The Apple Car is still in the pre-prototype stage, but the company is making headway in developing a vehicle that will be available in five years. The company's goal is to produce a vehicle with all of the features found in today's most advanced automobiles, while putting them all together into a streamlined system.

Chandeshawar Singh

Chandeshawar Singh is a Blogger with more than 10+ years of experience in Tech Blogging

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