Musk Responds to Twitter’s Alleged Removal From App Stores
Musk responds to Twitter’s alleged removal from app stores. Musk changed the day-to-day operations of the company when he was hired. Currently, Apple and Google charge between 15% and 30% for in-app sales. Elon Musk, the CEO of Twitter, said that if Twitter were to be removed from the Apple App Store and Google Play, he would consider creating “another phone”.
Since he took over Twitter in late October, Elon has made a number of changes to the service, including several layoffs and layoffs that prompted data privacy and content management managers to leave.
Apple’s long application guide
Musk criticized Twitter for undermining democracy by failing to uphold “free speech principles” before he offered to buy the company for $44 billion, and shortly before that, he called himself “a run free”. Apps must meet a long list of requirements established by Apple to be installed on iPhones and other Apple devices and continue to function as such. In-app purchases get 15%-30% commission from Apple and Google right now.
Former Apple marketing director Phil Schiller, who oversees the company’s App Store, suspended his Twitter account last week, which could be a serious threat to Twitter. Musk criticized Apple’s tax on Twitter, calling it a “hidden 30% Internet tax,” prompting Schiller to take action. Musk said Friday, “I really hope it doesn’t come to that,” though he didn’t rule out the possibility that his Twitter update could cause the App Store to ban the service.