Elon Musk buries hatchet in conflict with Apple for now

san francisco Twitter-New owner Elon Musk and Apple-Boss Tim Cook have a misunderstanding about a possible removal of the social media platform from the App Store by Apple cleared out. “Tim made it very clear that Apple never considered this,” the CEO wrote Twitter and Tesla on Wednesday on the short message service.

Musk had previously accused Apple in a series of tweets of banning Twitter from the App Store for no reason and that the iPhone maker had stopped advertising on the social media platform. He later tagged Cook’s Twitter account in another tweet, asking, “What’s going on here?” Twitter and Apple did not immediately respond to requests for comment on Musk’s latest tweet. Apple has also not publicly responded to Musk’s previous tweets.

Musk had also previously complained about the up to 30 percent fee Apple charges for in-app purchases. Musk posted a meme on Twitter in connection with this, in which he implied that he would rather “go to war” with Apple than pay the commission.

The short message service is currently trying to restore users’ dwindling trust in the security of the platform with the help of the verified subscription model Twitter Blue. The fee-based security certificate is now to be rolled out on Friday with an update of the app for Apple’s iOS mobile software. The Android version will be updated at a later date.

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