Following his meeting with Apple Inc.’s Chief Executive Tim Cook, Elon Musk tweeted on Wednesday that the misunderstanding regarding Twitter’s potential removal from Apple Inc.’s App Store had been cleared up. Musk said that the misunderstanding had been resolved.
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) November 30, 2022
In a tweet, the billionaire CEO of Twitter and Tesla Inc. said that Tim Cook had made it clear that Apple had never considered doing so. In a series of tweets that he posted on Monday, Musk claimed that Apple had stopped advertising on the social media platform and accused the company of making threats to remove Twitter from its app store without providing an explanation.
Later, he posted another tweet in which he questioned “what the hell is going on here?” and tagged Cook’s Twitter account. Requests for comment on Musk’s most recent tweet were not immediately met with a response from Twitter or Apple. Musk’s earlier tweets have not been met with a public response from Apple.
On Monday, Elon Musk took to Twitter to vent his frustrations about a number of issues, one of which was the up to 30 percent fee that Apple charges software developers for in-app purchases. Musk posted a meme that suggested he would “go to war” with Apple rather than pay the commission.
On Wednesday, after Musk’s meeting with Apple Inc. CEO Tim Cook tweeted that the confusion over Twitter’s possible exclusion from the App Store had been resolved. According to Musk, the situation is back to normal.
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