Apple gave back? The results of the meeting between Elon Musk and Tim Cook

Apple, which did not like the real freedom of speech on Twitter, at the beginning of the week abruptly interrupted all

advertising, and also threatened to remove the applicationfrom the App Store. In response to this, Elon Musk, who recently headed Twitter, announced his intention to publish fragments from the internal documentation of the social network containing facts of the suppression of freedom of speech by Apple. And it seems that Musk's argument turned out to be stronger: a day later, Tim Cook personally organized a tour of Apple Park, during which the heads of companies discussed the situation that had arisen.

After the meeting, Elon wrote that the misunderstandingregarding the possible removal of Twitter from the App Store appeared to be decided, with Tim “making it clear that Apple never thought about it.” Moreover, at the same time, Musk deleted a tweet with a meme indicating the choice in favor of Musk's war with Apple. It's hard to say exactly what concessions were made by the parties, but Apple's withdrawal of claims regarding Twitter's new rules is great news in itself.

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