Apple has been alive on free agent tech for a while, but capacity on its advance are scant because the aggregation likes to keep things under wraps. Now, The New York Times letters that the Cupertino giant has teamed up with Volkswagen to turn its T6 Transporter vans into self-driving shuttles.

They’ll be used to ferry advisers amid Apple’s assorted offices spread across Silicon Valley. The aggregation concise its aggressive Activity Titan last August to focus on brief shuttle cartage rather than general-purpose automobiles. The NYT also notes that ‘hundreds’ of people alive on this activity have alone out of it; two years ago, it had more than 1,000 team associates developing self-driving tech.

It isn’t yet clear just how far Apple will go with its plan with Volkswagen signed on, and whether we’ll eventually see self-driving Beetles on the streets. But if the aggregation is austere about free tech, it has plenty of communicable up to do, as rivals like Waymo, Uber, and Tesla have clocked millions of miles on real roads with their test cartage in the US.

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