Lol. Nope. Self-driving cars are a complete nonstarter. They have about as much chance of penetrating the real world as AR does (none). There is not a single person outside of a tiny, deluded tech bubble that is even remotely interested in self-driving cars.That is not what I said. It is like it was back in the days of the Apple 2. There is no point flogging a dead horse. I don't believe that there are anymore innovations that can be applied to a smartphone. So for innovative ideas look elsewhere.
Rubbish. Of course he wants innovation, but that is not going to be in any of the existing product lines. Back when Apple only made computers the innovation came from other products, ipod, iphone etc. As I said there noxt big innovation may be in the self driving car world. History shows they are not the first to the party, but when they arrive there product is genrally better than the current lineup.
There is tons of interest everywhere in electric and renewal energy for vehicle fuel, but zero interest in letting software drive for us. And it doesn't matter how much cash the tech giants blow on their research and demos. No one cares. No one wants one. No one wants them on the road with them.