Elon Musk owns Twitter after a long uproar that has lasted for months. However, his arrival has caused a great earthquake in the company with a large number of layoffs and major changes in the policies of the social network. One of these modifications is the reactivation of more than 60,000 suspended accounts, including former US President Donald Trump. Elon Musk’s last confrontation has been with Apple and its CEO, Tim Cook, whom he accused of wanting to remove Twitter from the App Store. This commotion has caused movements in Cupertino and Tim Cook has met Elon Musk and they have clarified their differences. We tell you.
Apple does not plan to remove Twitter from the App Store, as Elon Musk hinted
Elon Musk has come to informative news to stay. As we said, a few weeks ago he officially completed the purchase of Twitter and began to perform his duties as CEO. There are many opinions expressed in recent days about his behavior. The vast majority bad. A new chapter of compulsive behavior of Elon Musk It started at the beginning of the week as we told you in its day:
Elon Musk lashes out at Tim Cook and Apple for removing advertising on Twitter
The summary is that Elon Musk assumed that Apple wanted to remove Twitter from the App Store. The reason? The drift of Twitter to activate suspended accounts that could harshen the language on the social network, among other reasons. In fact, that same day, Musk lashed out at Tim Cook, assuring that they were some kind of corrupters of freedom, in the dramatic-comic tone of the CEO of Twitter.
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) November 30, 2022
A few hours ago Musk posted a tweet in the gardens of Apple Park. Apparently, Tim Cook had invited the Apple headquarters to try to smooth things over and make clear the intentions of the big apple. Internal sources, and not as internal as Elon’s tweets, assure that Apple has no intention of removing Twitter from the App Store. In fact, the tweet explains that the ‘misunderstanding’ has been clearly resolved.