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Elon Musk fights Apple over threats to remove twitter app from store



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Billionaire Twitter owner, Elon Musk, has alleged that tech giant, Apple, has discontinued its ads, and threatened to remove Twitter from Apple’s app store.

The billionaire made the allegation in a series of tweets, noting that Apple was not supportive of ‘free speech’.

The Tesla boss, in his address, tagged Apple CEO, Tim Cook.

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“Apple has mostly stopped advertising on Twitter. Do they hate free speech in America?,” Musk in one of the tweets.

Apple has, however, maintained its 2021 policy and standard which goes against apps that do not moderate user content.

In a related development, Musk alleged that Apple puts a “secret 30% tax” on items users buy through the App Store.

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