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Apple Car can drive a lot in just five years

One secret, but truly secret project that Apple is working on is a self-promoting car. A reputable analyst gave his estimate just when it was released.

Ming-Chi Kuo not only shows that "Apple Car" will debut between 2023 and 2025, but also explains why the product succeeds.

As a bonus, Kuo shows when Apple's Augmented Reality Headset will appear.

Apple cars will be "star products"

Analysts at TF International Securities issued the following research notes.

"We expect the Apple Car to be released next 2023 – 2025 to become the next star type product, for the following reasons as follows: (1) Because it is redefined by new technology, potentially huge The exchange demand is emerging in the automobile division, this case is the same as the smartphone division 10 years ago. (2) Apple's technical advantage (AR etc) redefines the car and replaces Apple Car with another company (3) Apple's services will be expanded significantly by entering the huge automobile finance market through Apple Car, (4) Apple will be able to compete with the current competitors in the consumer electronics field with the current competitors in the consumer electronics field Hardware, software, sectors than potential competitors. "

According to Ku's comment, as some anonymous sources said, as well as self-driven technology licensed to car manufacturers, he believes that Apple is working on all vehicles .

Apple car goes beyond rumors

Since 2014, Apple has unconfirmed reports that it is working on autonomous cars. This is probably due to the code name "Project Titan". In the summer of this year, certain evidence of the project appeared as well as the legend.

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