Ming-Chi Kuo, famous for his predictions about Apple, made a new prediction about the launch of Apple Automobile. The Apple Car launch will best happen in 2028, as Apple has a long way to go, according to Kuo.
We have stated recently, with a very surprising news, that Apple will launch a new car. Some sources claimed that the Apple car launch would take place in 2025 at the earliest. In fact, claims such as the launch will be made next year, namely in 2021, have started to be made.
Renowned for his predictions about Apple to be correct, Ming-Chi Kuo stated that the sources that said the Apple car launch will be in 2021 gave unfounded information and stated that their aim was to increase the stocks. According to Kuo’s estimates, the car launch will occur in 2028 at best.
Artificial intelligence and software can be prioritized in the car
The rumors about the car first came from auto parts manufacturers. These manufacturers claimed that various parts for the Apple car, which will be launched in 2021, have started to be produced. Based on these rumors, some analysts agreed that the earliest launch would take place in 2024.
Ming-Chi Kuo, who works at a company called TF Securites, had made many predictions about Apple before, and these predictions were generally correct. Kuo recently made another prediction about Apple Automobile. According to Kuo, 2021 or 2024 are too early for the car launch to occur.
According to Kuo, Apple will put more emphasis on artificial intelligence and software than hardware for their newly developed car. Expressing that this is much more difficult than simply producing cars, Kuo underlines that Apple has a much longer road ahead. With all these innovations and developments in mind, Kuo states that the car launch can take place in 2028 at the earliest.
Among other predictions regarding the car, Apple is working on a single cell battery that can perform for a long time. At the same time, some sources claimed that the LIDAR sensor, which Apple started to use in its next generation devices, will also be used in Apple cars. Of course, all this is just guesswork. In the future, information about the car will become clear and precise with an official announcement from Apple.