Is there a Future for Apple Car?

Is there a Future for Apple Car?

The head of Apple Car team decided to leave the project. What will happen? Is there a future for Apple Car? Keep reading for more details. Read on!

The head of Apple Car team decided to leave the project. What will happen? Is there a future for Apple Car? Keep reading for more details. Read on!

Dough Field, vice president of special projects at Apple, left the company and his Apple Car job to join Ford, the Cuperino-based company announced. However, this reflects yet another change in the leadership of the complex Titan project, in addition to the other changes that have been seen in recent months.

Dough Field, vice president of special projects at Apple, left the company and his Apple Car job to join Ford, the Cuperino-based company announced.

The former vice vice president, who will now work for Ford, started at Apple in 2018, where he led the development of the future Apple Car alongside Bob Mansfield and John Giannandrea. The latter took the leadership of the project in 2020 and recruited Kevin Lynch from the Apple Watch team to be part of the leadership.

But in addition, Field has had a curious curriculum within Apple. He was initially hired as vice president of hardware engineering for the Mac, a position he left to join Tesla as responsible for the production of the Model 3. However, in 2018, he returned to Apple to run the Titan project and now has returned to leaving the company a second time to return to Ford where, in fact, he began his career.

But in addition, Field has had a curious curriculum within Apple.

It is easily understandable that a project on the scale of the Titan project has a slightly uneven path in its early days. It must be remembered that this is a new product category that is totally opposite to the usual within Apple. Since it is not about creating an iPad when only the iPhone existed or an Apple Watch when smart watches hardly existed, this project consists of creating a car.

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