The Apple car might not receive a warm reception, even among iPhone owners, according to a Nielsen and SBD survey of 14,000 recent car buyers.
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Respondents who owned an iPhone were asked how likely they’d be to buy an Apple car, and the most popular response (47%) was “not likely at all.” Here’s a full breakdown of the responses:
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