Apple threatens Elon Musk, Twitter will be removed from the App Store!

Elon Musk, owner of the microblogging site Twitter, has accused Apple of threatening to block Twitter from the App Store. Musk said that Apple has stopped advertising on Twitter and that pressure is being put on content moderation.

Apple has not confirmed this. However, it is normal for the company to do so as it enforces its own rules and has previously banned apps like Gab and Parler. rules has been removed from the App Store for violating However, Parler was later reinstated after updating the content and moderation practices. Musk tweeted, “Apple has blocked most advertising on Twitter. Do they hate free speech in America?” He later targeted Apple Chief Executive Officer Tim Cook’s Twitter account in another tweet, asking, “What’s going on there?”

Apple has not given any response regarding this. Musk said last week that he might launch his own smartphone if Twitter is removed from the App Store by Apple and Google. Musk has been facing many difficulties since buying Twitter. He has made many changes in Twitter.

For the past few years, there has been speculation that Musk is working on a smartphone called ‘Tesla Pi’. In response to a tweet, Musk said, “I hope I don’t have to but I will launch an alternative phone if I have no choice.” Liz Wheeler Show host Liz Wheeler asked a question, “If Apple and Google Twitter So should Elon Musk make his own smartphone. This guy’s even made rockets so it should be easy to make a smartphone.” Wheeler then ran a poll on Twitter asking whether people would buy Musk’s smartphone, on which thousands of users voted. Musk announced three months later. It was reported that Starlink, a unit of his company SpaceX, has entered into a cellular partnership with American telecom service T-Mobile.

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