Apple Car Project Loses More Key Engineers [Report]

Apple Car Project Loses More Key Engineers [Report]

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The Apple Car project has lost three key engineers in recent weeks, according to a new report from Bloomberg.

Eric Rogers, chief engineer for radar systems, left for flying-taxi startup Joby Aviation.

Alex Clarabut, engineering manager for the battery systems group, joined Archer Aviation, another company working on air taxis.

Stephen Spiteri, a hardware engineering manager, also left Apple to join Archer.

Apple's seven year car project has encountered frequent turnover and strategy shifts. The latest departures follow the loss of at least six other members of its management team including former heard Doug Field.

Conversely, Apple has made some key hires this year including Urlich Kranz, co-founder of Canoo, and CJ Moore, former self-driving software director at Tesla.

Despite some setbacks, Apple is purportedly accelerating development of an electric car with full self-driving capabilities.

More details in the full report linked below...

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Apple Car Project Loses More Key Engineers [Report]
McApple1 - December 9, 2021 at 10:02pm
Pfft. I’m still holding out for something Apple will always set the bar for and have other trail them with attempting to build better iterations of. They still have AirPower on the table, and they will be out of development heaven by the end! Patience is virtue with bitter sweet taste.
A-Non-E-Moose - December 9, 2021 at 4:31pm
Lol I won’t count the developments to stay accelerated. It sounds like it’s in Dev Hell