Here are your Apple Rumors for today:
Car: A new rumor claims that Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) may be working on its own car, reports Business Insider. According to the online publication, an employee of the tech company contacted them to talk about vehicle development. This employee claims that the company is working on its own new product and that Tesla Motors (NASDAQ:TSLA) employees have been leaving the company to join Apple. At least 50 Tesla employees have been hired by the company, but they may just be working on new ways to connect the company’s devices to cars.
Accessories: Apple is looking to ban third-party accessory makers that create designs based off of leaked information, 9to5Mac notes. The tech company has created an agreement than doesn’t allow third-party accessory creators to seek out information regarding upcoming products from it. The agreement between the tech company and these creators was made shortly before the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus launched. Apple has also been adding more of its own cases and accessories to its stores while removing third-party ones.
iPhone: A new rumor claims that Apple will use a more accurate Touch ID sensor on the iPhone 7, reports MacRumors. According to the rumor, the new Touch ID will be more accurate to help with the security needed for Apple Pay. It also claims that production of these new Touch ID senors will be starting up soon and that they will be made by Sunnic, ASE Kuo and Taiwan Semiconductor (NYSE:TSM). The iPhone 7 has a rumored release date of Fall 2015. The rumor also claims that the new device won’t have Touch ID sensors built into the displays of the devices.