Last December, the CEO of SpaceX and Tesla revealed that he’d requested a meeting with the CEO of Apple when his electric vehicle company was plagued by financial and manufacturing problems. Musk wrote that he wanted Apple to buy Tesla, but said Cook refused to meet with him.
Elon Musk has modernised space travel, revolutionised the auto industry and wants to prevent a possible future war with AI, and he also once wanted to do presentations of Iphone, well, kind of. According to a new book, “Power Play: Tesla, Elon Musk and the Bet of the Century”, which was reviewed by the Los Angeles Times, the tech maverick wanted to become the CEO of Apple.
Musk voiced his desire during a phone call with Tim Cook, when the latter proposed to buy Tesla, which experienced financial problems, writes author of the book Tim Higgins. Musk agreed, but on one condition.
False and Boring
CNN writes that when it approached Apple about the book, the company referred it to the interview Tim Cook recently gave to the New York Times.
Musk didn’t mince words when commenting on the story. In a statement on Twitter, he called Higgins’ book “false and boring” and echoed Cook’s statement.
Higgins responded too responded with a statement on Twitter alleging that story comes’ from Musk’s own account.
”Power Play: Tesla, Elon Musk and the Bet of the Century” is set to be released on 3 August.