Welcome to the second installment of the revamped Happy Hour podcast. Today we’re talking all about cars. Apple cars. Do they exist? Well, that’s anyone’s guess at this point, but there are a lot of details that line up for this to become a possibility. The Happy Hour podcast is available for download on iTunes and through our dedicated RSS feed…
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Here’s what we discussed in this episode:
- Apple hires head of Mercedes-Benz R&D, other auto experts for new secret research lab
- WSJ: Tim Cook approved Apple electric car project a year ago, hundreds of employees working on it
- Reuters: Apple’s electric car is ‘all about autonomous driving’, Apple is in talks with automotive suppliers
- Apple’s electric car plans
- App Store responds to freemium haters, features ‘Pay Once & Play’ games with no in-app purchases
- Apple opens up iWork for iCloud apps to anyone, no need to own an Apple device
- Live blog: Tim Cook at Goldman Sachs Tech Conference 2015