Following a squabble over the status of Twitter’s iOS app, Elon Musk and Tim Cook appear to have reconciled.
Musk, who claimed earlier this week that Apple “threatened to remove” Twitter from the App Store, said he and Cook had a “good conversation” during a meeting at Apple’s headquarters.
Musk never said what the original source of Apple’s issue with Twitter’s app was. But Twitter’s former head of trust and safety has stated that Apple had flagged various issues during the app review process in the past.
Notably, Musk’s most recent tweets make no mention of whether Cook addressed any of Musk’s other recent complaints. Aside from the App Store issue, Musk had joined the growing chorus of developers criticizing the App Store’s 30% “secret tax” on in-app purchases.
According to the newsletter Platformer, Musk has reportedly delayed the relaunch of Twitter Blue subscriptions in order to avoid the fees.
Musk also slammed Cook for halting much of Apple’s Twitter advertising, claiming that the iPhone maker had “mostly stopped” ad campaigns on the platform.
The company is currently attempting to reassure brands in the midst of a broader pullback in platform advertising.