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Apple is reportedly exploring the development of home robots as its next major product, following the decision to scrap its self-driving car project. According to a report from Bloomberg, the company is currently in the early stages of research and development for these devices.

Sources familiar with the matter have revealed that Apple engineers are working on two projects: a mobile robot that can follow users as well as a smart display device. The smart display device uses robotics to rotate the display based on the user’s movements. The mobile robot is designed to move around a user’s home, following them as needed.

The smart display robot is a more advanced project compared to the mobile robot. It is designed to mimic a person’s head movements, potentially enhancing features like video calls. This project attracted the attention of senior Apple executives in the past, but there have been disagreements within the company about whether to continue with the development.

Apple has not yet commented on these reports, and it remains unclear when or if these home robots will become a reality. However, sources suggest that this move comes after Apple realized that there is high demand for household automation products and services. With its vast resources and technology expertise, it could be well-positioned to create innovative products in this space.

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