Apple Tesla partnership vs buyout


The thought of Apple buying Tesla may seem a little illogical to some but in some respects makes perfect sense to start a partnership. Apple as we all know have a lot of money and can virtually buy what they wish, and the latest rumor is that Apple could possibly be considering buying Tesla.

Both Tesla and Apple have been having secret meetings and just like Digital Trends say, “Everybody loves secret meetings.” Tesla has grown very well over the last year and the growth seems to be continuing, so why would Tesla sell to Apple? It just does not make sense at all from the Tesla side of things.

From the Apple side it makes perfect sense to purchase Tesla, if the purchase did go ahead where would this leave Elon Musk?

Apple are not in the car market so to have Tesla would mean a new revenue stream and one that is already in place and working well. We just cannot see Apple buying Tesla let alone Tesla selling to Apple, it seems a partnership would be more logical.

Apple as we know would like to give more to customers in way of life, it makes perfect sense to engage with Tesla and come up with the perfect battery for future Apple devices. We all know batteries need to be more powerful because smartphones are becoming power hungry, if we stay with the current batteries in the iPhone for too long we would not be communicating all day without a charge.

Tesla are the best in the business to harness battery power, so this tells us an Apple Tesla partnership would be much more reasonable than Apple buying Tesla.

We will let you know more soon — Does it make sense for Apple to buy Tesla?


One thought on “Apple Tesla partnership vs buyout”

  1. Jim5437532 says:

    Tesla + Apple = Frapple {baked wrapped apple] = Crapple

    Both Apple and Tesla have spyware that make it possible for them to track and spy on customers user habits. Big brother type of stuff.

    How is it a “secret meeting” when there are dozens of articles posted on this “secret meeting” that seem more like advertising than news?

    Should companies that manufacture defective products that catch fire and EXPLODE, the best choice to start manufacturing medical devices?

    Tesla manufactures more excuses, then cars.

    There has been at least five significant Tesla related fires. Tesla has been dragging its feet on safety and the recall.

    The most recent Tesla garage fire to hit the news was in Toronto. The car supposedly wasn’t even plugged in, so the charging system isn’t likely to be a source. I’m hoping to hear reports from the fire departments investigation, because I don’t trust Tesla’s “fire investigations”, which seem more like coverups.

    There has been at least five Tesla fires. Two Teslas caught on fire after only running over road debris. One Tesla caught on fire and EXPLODED after being in an accident in Mexico. There was a Tesla fire in a California garage, that the Tesla charger connection was ruled as a possible source of the fire by the fire department. Recently there was a Tesla garage fire in Toronto, that so far I haven’t heard the fire department give a ruling. Arguably there has been scores, possibly hundreds of minor Tesla fires. There has been a plethora of Tesla charge connectors that have overheated, melted and burned. Though many Tesla shills will argue that they are not fire. Categorically and scientifically they are often classified as fire. Rapid oxidation or rapid decomposition is often classified as fire. Like the metaphor; where there is smoke, there is fire.

    A few months ago there was a Tesla related garage fire in California that the fire department ruled that the Tesla charging system was a possible source of the fire. The suspect portion of the Tesla charging system that the fire department in California determined was a possible source of the California garage fire, is also suspected in many other Tesla charger reported cases that Tesla charge connections have overheated, melted and burned. Tesla issued a software “fix”, however Tesla charge connectors have continued to overheat, melt and burn despite the so-called “fix”.

    The Tesla model S. still has defects that make it a fire hazard. Tesla charger connections are still overheating, melting and burning. Tesla batteries are poorly located and poorly protected.

    On 01-09-2014 Elon Musk said that replacement adapters that are part of the recall would be mailed out within two weeks. A month later Tesla customers have still not received the replacement adapters that are part of the Tesla model S. recall.

    Several people have been injured by faulty Tesla charge connectors. Tesla is big on making promises and hype, but short on delivery. Tesla needs to start making safety a top priority. Tesla needs to stop playing blame games and games with semantics. Tesla needs to stop lying. Tesla needs to be proactive instead of reactive. Tesla is being a follower of technology, rather than a leader. Tesla is a greedy corporation that has a disregard for safety. The Tesla model S. is an E-Pinto.

    Will Tesla’s designs kill someone, before Tesla starts taking safety seriously?

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