Fast Company summarizes comments made by Apple board member Mickey Drexler regarding Steve Jobs vision beyond Apple’s current product lineup. According to the board member, Steve Jobs dream before he passed away was to design a car. He calls this an “iCar.” While Jobs never got around to actually designing this automobile, it is definitely fun to speculate what the maker of the iPad and Mac would dream up in terms of innovation for the road.

On something that we will actually likely see coming out of Apple’s labs, Drexler commented on Apple’s approach to the living room. Apple has long said that the living room has been a hobby to them with the Apple TV set-top-box, but Drexler commented: “the living room they’re dealing with at some point in the near future.” This of course ramps up the long-running speculation about an Apple Television set.

Rumors range from a 2013 launch to Siri-based input. Steve Jobs told biographer Walter Isaacson that he also would have liked to reinvent photography. (Image: Jalopnik)

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