Apple wants to remove twitter from App Store', accuser Elon Musk turns back after two days, explains the misunderstanding
The differences between iphone maker apple and twitter have been resolved. This claim has been made by none other than Elon Musk himself. Elon Musk tweeted on wednesday that he had a meeting with apple CEO Tim Cook after which misunderstandings about the possible removal of twitter from apple Inc.'s App Store were cleared. Musk said that when we asked Tim Cook about this, he said that it was just a misunderstanding, he never considered doing this.
On Monday, Musk accused apple of threatening to block twitter from its App Store, saying in a series of tweets that apple had also stopped advertising on Twitter. He later tagged Cook's twitter account in another tweet, asking, "What's going on here?" apple did not immediately respond to requests for comment on Musk's latest tweet. apple has not publicly responded to Musk's earlier tweets.
Elon Musk alleged that apple is pressuring twitter on the demand for content moderation. The action taken by apple is not unusual, as there have been repeated attempts to impose rules on other companies as well. Under this, he has removed apps like Gab and Parlour. The parlor was reinstated by apple in 2021 after the app updated its content and content moderation.
In a tweet, Musk also criticized the fees charged for downloading other apps from the apple App Store. Musk wrote, did you know that apple secretly imposes a 30 percent tax on everything purchased through its App Store