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Twitter boss Elon Musk seems to have calmed down again after his verbal attacks against the iPhone manufacturer Apple. He had a "good conversation" with Apple boss Tim Cook, tweeted Musk.

Elon Musk bei der Verleihung der Axel Springer Awards in Berlin. © Britta Pedersen/dpa central picture/dpa-pool/dpa Elon Musk at the awarding of the Axel Springer Awards in Berlin.

, among other things, had clarified the “The Misunderstanding” about an allegedly threatened distance of the Twitter app from Apple's App Store. Cook made it clear that his group had never considered this. At first there was no statement from Apple.

Musk had sharply attacked Apple beforehand. In a series of tweets, he threw the question into the room on Monday whether Apple has largely hired his advertising on Twitter after the sale to him. Then he claimed that Apple had threatened to throw Twitter from the App Store without giving reasons. In addition, Musk got upset about an allegedly "secret" submission to Apple for purchases in the App Store - and meant a well -known sales share of up to 30 percent.

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