Work continues on the Apple Car and now Apple has a new patent that will make seatbelts light up to confirm if they're correctly fastened.
A former Apple software engineer has been charged with stealing self-driving technology for a Chinese car company.
The Apple Car continues to be something Apple is working on and a new patent suggests it has some big ideas.
Apple has reportedly added a handful of drivers to its secretive Project Titan but there are no new cars to speak of.
A growing barrage of rumors means we can finally start piecing together some details about Apple Car.
According to the California DMV, Apple has increased the number of cars and drivers for its autonomous vehicle fleet.
Apple's health and Apple Watch exec Kevin Lynch is reportedly getting involved in the Apple Car project that has been in the works for years now.
Apple is reportedly already talking to at least two companies as it looks to find someone to build the batteries for its electric car.
Apple Car has reportedly lost some senior people in recent months, but the project still seems to be on the move.
These concepts take existing cars and then mashes them up with Apple's iPhones, iPods, and more to create possible Apple Cars.
Apple manufacturing partner Foxconn will be building electric vehicles in North America by 2023, it seems.
Gene Munster, co-founder and managing partner of Loup Ventures, believes an actual Apple Car is a certainty at this point.
A new report from The Wall Street Journal says quotes Nissan's CEO displaying an interest in a potential partnership with Apple.
Demian Flowers, an automotive analyst at Commerzbank, says that Apple might find its partner in Honda, Nissan, Stellantis, or BMW.
Apple's fleet of self-driving test vehicles logged 18,805 miles in 2020, more than doubling the 7,544 miles driven back in 2019.
A new report from J.P. Morgan says Renault would make for an attractive Apple Car ally in Europe.
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