Friday Apple Rumors: Project Titan May Be Close to Testing Phase

Apple TV reportedly pushed back to 2016

Here are your Apple Rumors for today:

apple-rumors-project-titan-testing-aaplTV: A new report claims that Apple (AAPL) won’t launch its TV service this year, reports Bloomberg. According to the report, the TV service that would be provided via the internet is more likely to get a 2016 launch. The company was expected to announce the service at its Sept. 9 event, but now won’t do so, sources claim. People close to the matter say that the service had to be delayed due to problems with licensing content and the company not having enough network capacity to support it.

Air: A new rumor claims that Apple won’t be releasing a new version of the iPad Air this year, AppleInsider notes. The rumor backs up previous reports that claim the tech company doesn’t have plans to refresh the iPad Air line in 2015. According to the rumor, AAPL is only looking to upgrade the iPad mini this year due to a more conservative take on tablets. This is likely due to sales of tablets slowing in the last couple of years. The rumor also claims that Apple wants to focus more on the launch of its iPad Pro line, which is rumored to be a tablet with a 12.9-inch display.

Titan: It’s possible that Apple’s Project Titan is further along than previously thought, reports The Guardian. According to a recent report, Project Titan, AAPL’s rumored self-driving car, is to the point that the company is looking for a safe place to test the vehicle. The report claims that the tech company is looking to test its self-driving car out at the GoMentum Station located near San Francisco. Apple has refused to comment on the matter.

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