Apple has reportedly revealed it is firing one hundred ninety workers from its ambitious self-driving car project called Titan.
CNBC reported in January that layoffs were happening in Apple’s self-driving car division. Apple company in the past cut hundreds of jobs in the self-driving car division in 2016.
In August 2018 , Tesla’s former engineering Vice President Doug Field was selected by Apple company to guide team Titan.
The iPhone-maker is also reported to be making use of a few of the Titan-technology into a self-driving shuttle program known as “Palo Alto to Infinite Loop” or “PAIL” — meant to ferry Apple staff between the Bay Area campuses, using especially modified Volkswagen vans, the report included.
In May 2018, with 55 self-driving cars and 83 drivers, Apple touched the second highest possible range of self-driving cars in California after General Motor’s Cruise, which had 104 automobiles.