Elon Musk complained about the worst year of my life

Elon Musk complained about the worst year of my life

This isn't the first time Elon has taking aim at Apple.

Elon Musk says that Apple's products don't blow people's minds anymore.

He's called Apple the "Tesla graveyard" in the past, suggesting that Tesla employees that don't work out often land at Apple.

Billionaire entrepreneur and inventor Elon Musk talked his tumultuous year on Tech journalist Kara Swisher's Recode Decode podcast.

He added: "It could have been that they were so keen to rush cars off the production line that they pulled out all the stops to hit their targets to keep investors happy and make a profit and this is the effect".

"I still use an iPhone and everything".

Musk was asked to join The Donald's advisory councils but stepped down in protest against the decision to pull out of the Paris Agreement, which is created to stop humanity from killing itself by failing to limit the emission of greenhouse gases. But employees go back and forth between the companies all the time.

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"I don't think people are necessarily running to the store for the iPhone 11".

Just days after telling the world they had not been served with any subpoenas regarding its predictions or discussions about production of the Model 3, Tesla Inc. officials said they've been served with three of them.

Tesla's Model 3 production has been the focus of the company much of the year, and its paid off with profits.

Joe Rogan Experience/YouTubeElon Musk was interviewed on The Joe Rogan Experience podcast, where he smoked pot on camera.

Musk was discussing the difficulty of creating a successful auto company and how Tesla, Ford, General Motors, and Chrysler (now Fiat Chrysler) struggled during the 2008 recession.

You can listen to the entire interview over at Recode.

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