“A new video obtained by AppleInsider on Monday reveals more detail on Apple’s camera-equipped minivans, with views of the interior showing at least two people man the vehicles during testing operations,” AppleInsider reports.
“Sent in by AppleInsider reader Peter, [the video shows] a white Dodge Caravan driving through Coral Springs, Fla., sports the same peculiar roof-mounted equipment array seen on other vehicles linked to an internal Apple program,” AppleInsider reports. “Today’s video is one of the first to show the van’s interior while in operation, where at least one passenger can be seen interacting with a small handheld device thought to be an iPad mini.”
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MacDailyNews Take: This same setup has now been seen and photographed in the following areas: New York City, San Francisco, San Diego, and Florida, among others. This is a mapping vehicle collecting data for an Apple Maps feature TBA.
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Bill” for the heads up.]
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