Bob Mansfield Back At Apple To Lead Apple Car Project Titan

Posted: Jul 25 2016, 10:33am CDT | by , Updated: Jul 25 2016, 10:37am CDT, in News | Apple

Bob Mansfield Back at Apple to Lead Apple Car Project Titan

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Sounds like Project Titan needs saving. Apple reportedly called Bob Mansfield out of his semi-retirement to lead Titan.

There are some chatters about the Apple Car project that say its in trouble. The timeline for the release of the first Apple car is rumored to have shifted from 2020 to 2021. According to the Wall Street Journal, Apple has called in a big gun to lead project Titan.

People familiar with the matter say that Bob Mansfield is coming back. The respected executive stepped away from the daily grind at Apple a couple years ago. He led the hardware engineering units responsible for the MacBook Air, iMac and iPad developments.

Mansfield was never officially out of Apple. Back in 2013 Apple said that Mansfield will remain at Apple for special project. Now three years later, Apple found a very special project for Mansfield to work on.

He is already in charge of the senior managers of the secret Apple Car project say employees according to WSJ.

There is still nothing known about the Apple Car, besides that Apple works on one. It is anticipated that its a self-driving electric car.

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