Two days after blowing up Apple on Twitter over alleged threats to pull Twitter from its app store, Elon Musk says he met Wednesday with Apple CEO Tim Cook at Apple’s headquarters.


Two days after blowing up Apple on Twitter over alleged threats to pull Twitter from its app store, Elon Musk says he met Wednesday with Apple CEO Tim Cook at Apple’s headquarters.
Musk initially just posted a video clip showing the scenery at Apple, “Thanks @tim_cook for taking me around Apple’s beautiful HQ”

Two-and-a-half hours later Musk tweeted that the meeting had been productive, “Good conversation. Among other things, we resolved the misunderstanding about Twitter potentially being removed from the App Store. Tim was clear that Apple never considered doing so.”

For his part, Cook has not commented on Twitter about the meeting or Tuesday’s question to him by Musk about Apple drastically cutting advertising on Twitter or Musk’s claim Apple threatened to ban Twitter form its app store.

However, a hoax tweet containing a fake Cook response based on Musk’s “now pay $8” comment to critics went viral with the fake Cook saying, “Your feedback is appreciated, now pay 30%”.


RELATED: EU Threatens Musk With Twitter Ban

The European Union threatened Elon Musk with a ban on Twitter if demands are not met over banned accounts, content moderation, targeted advertising and an audit, according to a report Wednesday by the Financial Times. The threat came during a videoconference call between Musk and EU commissioners.
European Union Commissioner for the Internal Market Thierry Breton posted a brief video clip to Twitter and posted a readout to Twitter rival Mastadon about the videoconference call with Musk, reiterating the EU’s demands:


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