The Cupertino-based tech giant is reportedly enduring to work on some kind of self-driving car technology. Digitimes reported that Quanta Computer, a Taiwanese company, is helping out Apple in one of its projects related to Apple Self-Driving Car or probably its electric vehicle plan. The report stated that Quanta is supplying Apple with unspecified autonomous driving solutions.

Additionally, the report revealed that the Taiwanese firm is now able to prove its skills in designing autonomous driving platforms and is anticipated to help the U.S. company is getting more partnerships. Moreover, Quanta is one of Apple and Google suppliers of autonomous driving solutions, the report claimed. Recently, the Taiwanese firm confirmed that it has already developed and tested its first autonomous vehicle on closed tracks in the US.

Apple Car Concept It appears Apple is not solely developing autonomous driving technology for the Apple Car all on its own. Photo: Franco Grassi

However, it did not reveal additional details about the vehicle or the tests. Credible Apple tipster and TFI analyst Ming-Chi Kuo earlier predicted that Apple Self-Driving Car might be launched in 2025. Several reports also revealed in the past that the company has been working on an electric vehicle. Others, however, claimed that the Cupertino-based tech giant is solely focused on the development of autonomous systems and technologies.

Apple has been working with Quanta since 2015 as its primary assembler. However, a separate report from Digitimes claimed that the Cupertino-based tech giant might stop assembling Apple Watches next year because of profit issues. Meanwhile, Apple Insider reported that a patent filed by Apple in 2015 reveals the technology behind a radar system that could soon be featured in the rumored Apple Self-Driving Car.

Reportedly called Project Titan, the Apple Self-Driving Car could house in its body the Radar System with dual receive array. This technology will set the Apple Self-Driving Car from other self-driving vehicles, which typically have massive sensor selection on top of the vehicle. Based on the patent application, it appears that Apple is trying to develop a radar system that would be affordable, small, and lightweight and could be used to a vehicle with less impact on its overall design.

We have yet to hear from Apple about its plans for the rumored Apple Self-Driving Car.