As per the details supplied by anonymous sources, Apple’s self-driving project, code-named Project Titan is presently facing severe troubles and as a consequence, more than 200 employees involved with the project are being fired from their duties. Inside the company, the decision is being termed as “anticipated restructuring,” however, it is still not entirely clear that whether the employees who were just terminated knew it was going to take place or not.
Since 2014, the Cupertino-based tech giant has been working on a rather secretive project with the intent of really creating a fully functional self-driving car. But it wasn’t until 2015 that rumors and leaks regarding an Apple car began to spread around the cyberspace. In order to accomplish their goal as soon as possible, the company set out to hire vigorously from various different auto companies. One of their first employees for Project Titan was Doug Field who ditched Tesla for rejoining Apple in 2018.
In the beginning, it was anticipated that the American tech conglomerate was chiefly working on developing a real car possibly a minivan, but agreeing to some recent reports, Apple might only be focusing on the software for these autonomous cars.
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