“German carmaker BMW said on Thursday its talks with technology giant Apple did not involve developing or building a car, denying a German magazine report,” Edward Taylor and Eric Auchard report for Reuters.
“Auto Motor und Sport said in its March 4 edition that the two firms were discussing possibilities for cooperating on the development of a passenger car,” Taylor and Auchard report. “Apple was impressed with BMW’s carbon-fiber electric cars, the magazine said, citing a ‘high ranking BMW manager.'”
Taylor and Auchard report, “Auto Motor und Sport said Apple cars could be sold in Apple stores and serviced at BMW dealerships. Among the issues that needed to be resolved was whether BMW would allow Apple to develop an operating system for its i3 model…”
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MacDailyNews Take: Hmm.