“The Apple Car has been the subject of countless rumors and speculative reports in the past few months,” Ronan Glon reports for Digital Trends.

“While we still don’t know for sure what’s going on at Apple’s home base in Cupertino, California, Tesla CEO Elon Musk believes that an Apple-badged car would make a lot of sense,” Glon reports. “In fact, he’s surprised it hasn’t happened yet.”

Glon reports, “‘I think they should have embarked on this project sooner. They don’t share with me the details, but I don’t think there will be volume production sooner than 2020. It’s a missed opportunity,’ said the executive during Vox Media’s Code Conference.”

Read more in the full article here.

MacDailyNews Take: We’ll see how much of a “missed opportunity” it turns out to be.

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