Apple’s talks with Nissan about collaborating on an electric car may have fizzled, the Financial Times reported Sunday.
Bye, Hyundai! Nissan looks like ‘most likely’ Apple car partner now
Nissan is the latest automaker mentioned as a possible manufacturing partner to produce the rumored Apple car.
Makoto Uchida, Nissan’s CEO, was asked about teaming with Apple at a press conference Tuesday. Uchida responded that Nissan should be looking to “work with companies that are knowledgeable, with good experience, through partnership and collaboration,” according to The Wall Street Journal.
That’s not exactly a “yes,” but it’s certainly not a “no,” either.
Mazda bringing CarPlay to new and existing vehicles
Mazda has confirmed that it is bringing Apple’s CarPlay platform (and Android Auto) to new and existing vehicles.
The Japanese company made the announcement during its launch for the redesigned 2017 CX-5, but it is yet to confirm which vehicle will offer CarPlay first.
Texas firm hits Apple with battery patent lawsuit
A new opponent has stepped onto Apple’s continuously revolving carousel of legal battles, and this time the iPhone’s battery charging capabilities could cost Apple some serious cash.
Apple car project is ‘good news’ for Nissan, says CEO
Apple’s secret electric car project has been met with heavy skepticism from some of the biggest players in the auto industry, but according to Nissan’s CEO, he sees Apple entering the market as a good thing.
During a presentation at the Mobile World Congress on Monday, Carlos Ghosn, CEO of Nissan-Renault Alliance said he welcomes the idea of outside companies getting into the electric car business.
Nissan Announces A New Self-Healing iPhone Case That Repairs Itself From Scratches
There are hundreds of thousands of cases out there that promise to protect your beloved iPhone, but the ‘Nissan Scratch Shield’ case is the only one that will self-heal itself when you scratch it thanks to the Japanese company’s pioneering paint technology.