Buying iPhone's Drive.ai device contributes to its autonomous vehicle technology portfolio.
Apple he confirmed that he bought it Drive.ai, the launch was focused on the development of autonomous vehicle technology.
According to Associated Press, Drive.ai submitted a bail to the California regulator by pointing out that he intends to close his door by the end of last week and release his 90 staff members.
It is unknown whether Apple's purchase means that some or all of the Drive.ai's employees will retain their jobs. The purchase price has also not been announced.
Prior to the purchase, Drive.ai operated an on-demand autopilot service in a small part of the Arlington home on the Texas Rangers and Dallas Cowboys stadiums, as well as at the convention center and large office complex.
Driving can be welcomed by the public through the Drive.ai smartphone smartphone application, and there is no price for the end user.
The Drive cars were the Nissan NV-200, equipped with self-propelled gear and signage electronic plates, allowing vehicles to communicate with people in their free position.
Apple recently allowed 200 people to leave their auto-unit and for some time lowered their ambitions in the field.
The reports state that initially it is planned to launch their own autonomous vehicle, but now instead focuses on basic technologies.
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