The British newspaper The Guardian found documents. It proves the self-driving car project by Apple exists.
For a long time rumors have been swirling about Apple’s project Titan. Rumors surfaced last year the tech giant was expanding from devices to cars.
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The Apple Senior Vice President Jeff Williams called automobile "the ultimate mobile device." Apple was also implicated in stealing staff from other major automobile companies. Some of the engineers were pawned from Tesla.
Titan was supposedly the codename of the project a self-driving car by Apple. It was never confirmed if Titan even existed. But the British newspaper The Guardian recently found documents in the form of a letter. The document proves project Titan is a reality.
The documents or a letter was between Apple engineer and site officials. It has proved Titan is underway. The letter was exchanged by Apple engineer Frank Fearon with GoMentum Station site officials.
Apple engineers met up with the officials from the former naval base in May. The GoMentum Station is located east of San Francisco. The former facility is being renovated. It is being renovated into a highly secure testing ground for autonomous vehicles.
Frank Fearon worked on a self-stabilizing motorcycle for the Bay Area start-up Lit Motors. In the letter Frank says Apple executive would like to understand the timing and availability of the space.
According to the Guardian Frank also asked the facility officials how the layout of the area will help in testing cars. The autonomous cars need to be tested in a real-world situation.
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Both Apple and GoMentum officials could not be reached for a comment.