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They were committed by a Sapphire foundry, which no longer exists.
or something like the bikes designed for use with bikeshare programs, specialized to an urban rideshare automated system. Tap your iPhone, get an Apple Car, tap the destination on Apple Maps, get taken to the destination, electrically so no addition to the urban pollution, then pay with ApplePay.... and release the car for the next sharer.http://www.citibikenyc.com
"a sensible cost/benefit analysis" Certainly largely absent from their approach to sports cathedrals.
Thanks. Then IIRC with swiping itself set to be deleted they either change their mechanism or go out of business. This September or so?
Ever smaller government is the conservative nirvana as is ever smaller tax burdens, so what's not to love?
does this simply wirelessly transmit the same credit card information as a swipe? If that were the case there's no security argument at all. Anybody know?
How about fully integrated urban transportation systems that are completely flexible? Where the mode of transport is a specially designed vehicle integrated into the entire electronic system: from your iPhone to the zero emission vehicle picking up and delivering you and back again. The 80% of Americans that currently live in an urban area are arguably very underserved with point to point convenient, safe and environmentally friendly transportation. As a thought.
If the project is a focused urban ride share automated vehicle system Apple electronics is the crux, so why ever not contract out the mechanicals? OTOH They may just be doing a dashboard, but if they're doing a vehicle my bet is on a rideshare one and not one for private ownership as the demographics are shifting as has been pointed out, alongside that 80% of Americans that live in an urban area. It sure reads like a lot of effort just for an improved CarPlay, but we'll...
The demographic shift regarding personal car ownership is having it's impact on the industry.
What I suspect as well: CitiBike (the NYC bikeshare program) using AppleCars.
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