Loud, late-night ‘motor noises’ emanate from Apple’s secret vehicle testing center

“Apple’s top-secret Sunnyvale, Calif., automotive testing facility has been the source of loud ‘motor noises’ late at night that irked at least one nearby neighbor,” Neil Hughes reports for AppleInsider.

“A resident who lives near Apple’s automotive campus in Sunnyvale issued a complaint to city officials last year over concern about noise coming from the property,” Hughes reports. “Major renovations at the Apple-occupied site have been in the works, including the addition of an ‘auto work area’ and a ‘repair garage,’ AppleInsider was first to reveal last March.”

Hughes reports, “Whether the sounds were construction or something else remains unknown, as Apple has gone to great lengths to conceal what it is doing at the property.”

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MacDailyNews Take: Has to be construction sounds since advanced, market-disrupting fuel cell engines are very quiet. 😉

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22 Comments

  1. Y’all seem to forget. Samsung isn’t the only company producing high end flagship devices running Android.

    In fact Samsung is widely hated within the Android community itself almost as much as in the iOS community.

    1. Yeah Really! Then Angela thought it was a good to use CRISPR technology and turn Phil into a monkey as a marketing scheme, but then Phil got caught and this is what happened:

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