A report from the Wall Street Journal claims that Apple recently recruited two major automobile industry experts to work on its own electric vehicle.
In the middle of February of this year, it was reported that Apple was being sued by A123 Systems due to poaching battery tech experts.
A report from Reuters claims that BMW has denied reports about the company being in talks with Apple to develop an electric car.
All the stars seem to be lining up for the Apple Car, as rumors stack on other rumors. And, of course, those within the auto industry are going to be asked about them.
The Apple Car is a rumor that essentially popped up out of nowhere, and it’s a rumor that just keeps getting fueled.
The Apple Car is a rumor that refuses to go away, and instead continues to gain traction. Now, a new report suggests Apple could be aiming to start production in just five years.
Rumors building up around the Apple Car refuse to slow down, and now a new report has surfaced that allegedly reveals part of the team that has been put together to develop the project from the ground up.
Apple has been hit by an unfair competition lawsuit for allegedly poaching key engineers from A123 Systems, a company that specializes in batteries and energy storage systems. The Cupertino company has reportedly hired five A123 employees since last June.