The highly anticipated Apple Car has been in the works for nearly a decade, following Apple’s success with the Apple Watch. Despite being overshadowed by the more recent release of the Vision Pro, the Apple Car remains a major project for the company. While the Vision Pro is set to launch in early 2024, the Apple Car’s debut is still several years away. Considered the “Arlesian of Silicon Valley,” this ambitious venture has attracted rumors and speculation throughout its development timeline. Apple enthusiasts and car enthusiasts alike will have to exercise patience as they await the opportunity to pilot this long-awaited vehicle.
In a recent update, Apple’s plans for the release of the Apple Car appear bleak. Ming-Chi Kuo, an insider, expresses doubt about the company’s ability to bring the car to the market any time soon. With no concrete updates or visibility on the project, the outlook seems uncertain. Kuo suggests that unless Apple considers acquiring an existing player in the automobile market, the Apple Car may not enter mass production for a few more years.
The lack of reliable information raises concerns about the project’s status and whether Tim Cook still intends to move forward with it. While patience remains essential, it seems Apple enthusiasts will have to wait longer than expected.