The Apple Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) is set to kick off at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco on June 13. The week long conference will give us a look inside what’s going in within the Apple developer community. The event will also feature Apple Design Awards for the best developers of 2016. Will there be mention of the Apple Car or anything about Project Titan at the event?
Despite the facts that news of Project Titan continues to grow, the upcoming conference will likely be just too soon for any Apple Car detail unveils. The company has done well, as usual, in keeping any “confirmed” information out of the media. It is assumed that Apple will not be releasing any information until the project is at a major turning point.
However, it has been impossible for the company to hide the fact that something substantial is underway. There have been too many rumors of major hires and property acquisitions, especially recently, to mask that fact that Apple is on to something.
Opinions and speculation as to what that “something” is are varied. Some experts believe Apple will never actually put a production vehicle on the market. Others are sure that Apple is working on a partnership to move the project forward, or will delve into the hardware/software realm to “assist” other automakers, using their Apple car merely as a test mule. Still others believe that the Apple Car will be on the market by 2019 or 2020, and until then, we will hear nothing official from Tim Cook and company.
Apple has proven itself to the ultimate level through its technology and innovation with all of its products. The company has the capital and resources to arguably make just about anything happen. Let’s hope that Apple gives us at least a bit more “bait” to chew on at the WWDC. Even Tim Cook making Christmas Eve references in public stirs the pot.