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Musk mocks $19 Apple cloth as ‘silly’ as Tesla launches $50 ‘Cyberwhistle’

The Cyberwhistle, which costs $50 (about Rs 8,768.95) and is shaped like Tesla’s still-in-development Cybertruck, is a limited-edition item made of medical-grade stainless steel with a polished finish, according to Tesla’s shopping website. There’s also an “integrated attachment function for extra adaptability” on the whistle.

Musk’s marketing strategy appears to have worked, as the Cyberwhistle is already out of stock on the Tesla website, just hours after Musk touted it.In 2019, and the South African-born entrepreneur unveiled the Cybertruck.

Designer Franz von Holzhausen managed to smash what was intended to be an “unbreakable” window when he hurled a metal ball at it during the pick-up truck’s presentation.

When reviewing its Q1 results, Tesla revealed the Cybertruck was still in development during its investor presentation in 2021.

Following the announcement of the iPhone 13 series, Apple unveiled the polishing cloth, a square fabric made of a soft, nonabrasive material with the company’s famous logo stamped on it.

The mini-LED displays on the 14- and 16-inch MacBook Pros, as well as the screens of iPads, iPhones, and Macs, may be cleaned using the cloth.

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