Rumors about Apple Car predict a delay of several more years

When will arrive Apple Car?

Last week we heard the news that Apple can set a launch date Apple Car in 2024, however one of the most famous and reliable analysts like Ming-Chi Kuo spoke about it and, of course, his words will not please those who are looking forward to the car. Apple…

Rumors about Apple Car

MacRumors accessed an investigation note in which analyst Ming-Chi Kuo ruled over a possible launch Apple Car, stating that while everything in the previous report seemed to indicate that the plans Apple were to launch the market Apple Car between 2023 and 2025, now everything indicates that these dates can be considered early and that, at best, it will happen between 2025 and 2027.

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This delay may be due to changes in the electric / autonomous vehicle market and high quality standards. Apple, so Ming-Chi Kuo predicts that it won’t be surprising if Apple Car will be delayed after 2028.

In fact, the analyst advised investors to avoid buying stocks. Applethat are related to Apple Car because, in his opinion, the market is “too optimistic” about its launch.

What level of success can we expect from Apple Car?

Please note that the launch date Apple Car is not the only negative Ming-Chi Kuo said about the car Apple, as it also portends a possible failure for him. Ming-Chi Kuo has a lot of doubts about how competitive a car can be Apple in a market where, in theory, his competitors have the advantage of the knowledge they have gained after so many years of experience, he also bases his opinion on the “Success” of HomePod and HomePod mini in the smart speaker market.

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Finally, it says that success Apple Car in the future was supposed to be achieved through big data or artificial intelligence, not hardware, and in this section, as we said, competitors can get ahead Applebecause they have accumulated about five years of experience.

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