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Musk Quotes Tim Cook: Apple Never Consider Removing Twitter from Store

Elon Musk quotes Tim Cook as saying Apple never considered removing Twitter from the Apple Store

Elon Musk met Apple CEO Tim Cook two days after ‘war’ declarations.

Musk says that after discussing certain misunderstandings, they have been resolved. More importantly, he maintains that Apple “never considered” taking Twitter off of the Apple Store.

On Wednesday, Musk shared a video that appeared to show the meditation area inside the Cupertino, California, campus of Apple. Apple employees reportedly observed Musk and Cook together on campus on Wednesday, according to New York Times writer Kate Conger’s tweet.

The explanation came in response to Musk’s cryptic tweet from earlier in the day, in which he claimed Cook had shown him around Apple’s campus. A shadow of two people—Musk and another someone who resembles Cook—can be seen in a video.

If the meeting did take place, it did so after Musk earlier in the week expressed his displeasure with Apple and its CEO. Musk, who refers to himself as Twitter’s “Chief Twit,” charged Apple on Monday with abusing its dominant position by controlling the App Store. He added that the business was against free speech.

Musk also took issue with Apple’s levies, which deduct 15% to 30% of digital sales made through iPhone apps. If Musk is successful in his ambition to greatly increase Twitter’s subscription fees and those features are sold through the Twitter iPhone app, Apple stands to profit from Twitter.

Did you realize that everything you purchase from Apple’s App Store is subject to a 30% hidden tax?

In a tweet on Monday, Musk. On Monday, he also mentioned Tim Cook on Twitter and inquired about the status of a potential suspension of the Twitter app.

Musk criticized Apple in a number of tweets on Monday, saying that the company’s App Store moderation practices went against the principles of free speech. Republican senators later echoed Musk’s criticism. He entertained the idea of building his own smartphone over the weekend.

Twitter might face a major challenge if Apple opted to remove the social media platform from its App Store, which would stunt user growth. Additionally, Musk’s intentions to charge Twitter users $8 a month for verification may be affected by Apple’s 30% cut.

Musk criticised Apple in a number of tweets on Monday, saying that the company’s App Store moderation practises went against the principles of free speech. Republican senators later echoed Musk’s criticism. He entertained the idea of building his own smartphone over the weekend.

Twitter might face a major challenge if Apple opted to remove the social media platform from its App Store, which would stunt user growth. Additionally, Musk’s intentions to charge Twitter users $8 a month for verification may be affected by Apple’s 30% cut.

 

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