Just one day after Apple’s incomplete report on Apple’s autonomous electric car, eccentric Elon “Tony Stark” Musk says he allowed Apple to acquire Tesla. But, Apple CEO Tim Cook declined to meet with him. The statement comes through a tweet Musk shared recently.
According to his tweet, it was “during the darkest days of the Model 3 show” that Musk offered Apple to buy Tesla for 1/10 of its current value. However, Tim Cook allegedly refused to meet with Musk, and Tesla was never under Apple’s command.
Now, in case you don’t know, a recent report claims that Apple will begin production of its long-rumored electric car starting in 2024. This report also claims that the Cupertino giant will bring a battery ” single-cell “unique to reduce cost. of batteries and increase the autonomy of electric vehicles. He also claimed that Apple is experimenting with new battery chemistry using LFP or liquid iron phosphate.
So Musk’s initial tweet (below) was a response to the aforementioned report. He notes that “Tesla previously uses iron phosphate for mid-range cars,” also “a single cell does electrochemically difficult, as this maximum voltage is ~ 100-time meter too low.”
Now, there’s no way of understanding what this electric carmaker’s future might have noticed like with Apple. However, it has garnered many accolades in the past five years and has even surpassed traditional automakers in terms of market value.