Apple roped in TSMC for making self-driving car chips


Apple and TSMC have collaborated in the past, with the latter manufacturing the A-series chips used in the iPhones and iPads, as well as the newly introduced Apple M1 chips.

Apple is reportedly planning to forge ahead with its plan to develop a car. More so, the Cupertino tech giant is moving ahead with its self-driving car, codenamed Project Titan.

Apple has collaborated with Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) to develop the self-driving chips, even as it looks to set up factories in the US, a report in Digitimes mentioned. However, there is no official confirmation on this front from either of the two companies, warranting caution.

Apple is allegedly working on developing a self-driving technology that could later be appropriated by other manufacturers. A recent report from Bloomberg also indicated that the leadership role in the development of ‘Project Titan’ has been granted to John Giannandrea – Senior Vice President at Apple’s artificial intelligence and machine learning departments, who oversees the company’s voice assistant Siri.


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