Washington, Apr 15 (ANI): Tech giant Apple has declined reports suggesting that they are working in collaboration with popular French designer Philippe Starck to create a revolutionary project to be released in eight months.
Starck, who designs mass-produced consumer goods, recently told a French newspaper Le Figaro that he had been working with Apple on a project that would debut later this year, but declined to give more details, citing Apple's 'cult of secrecy'.
According to The Los Angeles Times, Apple's spokesman, however, snubbed the rumour during an interview with All Things D.
The tech blog mused that Starck may have actually been referring to a yacht he was helping former Apple CEO Steve Jobs build.
"Prior to his death, Apple CEO Steve Jobs was working with Starck on a yacht. And this is very likely the 'fairly, if not very, revolutionary' project he was talking about," the tech blog said.
Starck's interview, however, raised speculation about what the secret project could be-Apple's much-rumored iTV? A new iPhone? (ANI)
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