It was all a misunderstanding🇧🇷 After Elon Musk’s visit to Apple Park, the headquarters of the Cupertino giant, the head of Twitter and Tesla met with Tim Cook. The meeting between both executives will have been very fruitful and appeased the recent rumors.
Days after Elon Musk pointed an accusatory finger at Apple in the face of the alleged threat to remove the Twitter application from its application store, the App Store, Musk is now pleased with Cook’s position.
Going further, Musk claims that Apple, after all, never even considered removing the Twitter application from its App Store.
Elon Musk Thanks Tim Cook for Apple Park Guided Tour
The meeting took place last Wednesday (30th) of November, representing a calming down of relations between both companies, which had become quite inflamed.
Accusing Apple of wanting to remove the Twitter app from its App Store, later claiming to go to “war” against the 30% rate imposed by Tim Cook’s company on its platform.
Apple has also threatened to withhold Twitter from its App Store, but won’t tell us why
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) November 28, 2022
Above we can see Musk’s previous tweet, reporting on the threat at the end of last Monday (28). Now, the matter will be resolved after both leaders have spoken at Apple’s own headquarters.
For Musk, the meeting resulted in a good conversation and, among other topics, the misunderstanding regarding the possibility of the Twitter app leaving the App Store was resolved. “Tim (Cook) was clear, Apple never considered taking that position,” Musk pointed out.
Twitter app will continue to be available on the iOS App Store
Good conversation. Among other things, we resolved the misunderstanding about Twitter potentially being removed from the App Store. Tim was clear that Apple never considered doing so.
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) November 30, 2022
The video accompanying the original tweet, posted by the leader of Twitter, shows the shadow of Musk himself, as well as the possible shadow of Tim Cook, reflected in one of the outer lakes of Apple Park.
Finally, it remains to be seen whether Elon Musk will continue to throw splinters at the rate of 15 to 30% imposed by North American technology on its platform of applications and content. For now, however, the case appears to have been resolved.
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