Consumer technology giant announces plan to bring its entire carbon footprint for supply chain and products to net-zero emissions by 2030.
Within days of each other, Google and Apple both announce they are now matching all of their electricity needs with renewable energy production.
Elon Musk’s EV project was so successful that Tim Cook decided his company should build its own EV to compete with Tesla. How hard could it be?
A report in the Financial Times claims that Apple is negotiating a possible purchase of McLaren Technology Group.
Global computing giant Apple has quietly has created a new subsidiary called Apple Energy, and asked to obtain a licence to sell electricity directly to consumers, rather than back to the grid via the wholesale market.
Car ownership is expensive, dangerous and highly polluting. All three issues can be addressed by the combination of electric vehicles, car sharing, and autonomous driving. That means a new experience, a new business model, and a new multi-trillion dollar industry.
Apple has spent more on R&D on electric, autonomous and shared vehicles than it did on iPhones, iPad and Apple watches combined, as it seek a major share of the $2.6 trillion “shared mobility” market.
As Apple observed completion of 40 MW solar project in the Sichuan province of China, it announced it would add another 200 MW in that country.
Wall Street Journal is reporting that Apple’s first electric car will hit the market in 2019.
Apple’s appointment of another auto industry veteran is being interpreted by some as further evidence the tech giant has an electric vehicle in the works.