“I hate to say it, but I think Jobs would get it like that (snap). He was a motorcycle rider. He understood smallness.”
Horace Dediu has seen the future of urban transportation. Disruption will come from below, he says, creating new markets for vehicles that look more like bicycles than any “Apple Car.”
So far his pitch to Apple — and any other tech company that will hear him out — has fallen on deaf ears.
I asked him for thoughts about Apple’s response at the end of Saturday’s subscriber-only Zoom call.
His answer, in 5:40 minutes: