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Twitter to be removed from App Store? Musk isn’t Happy

A series of incoherent tweets by Elon Musk accused Apple of censorship, claiming that Apple stopped advertising on Twitter. It was also reported that the new CEO of Twitter had been threatened by Apple to remove it from the App Store in the near future. It was followed up by him retweeting other people’s claims and quotes relating to free speech and the fact that humanity is fighting to survive for its future.

It has been revealed that Apple spent $131,600 on Twitter ads between November 10th and November 16th, according to information obtained from ad management firm Pathmatics. It can be compared to the amount that the company spent between October 16 and October 22 – the week before Elon Musk acquired Twitter for $44 billion – which is almost half of what the company spent between October 16 and October 22.

As a result of the halt in spending by some of the companies, Musk is currently under severe pressure. According to him, he hopes that he will be able to make money by making Twitter verification a subscription-based service that people can pay for. In spite of this, the site currently relies primarily on advertising for the majority of its revenue.

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It has been reported that last week half of Twitter’s top advertisers pulled their advertising from the site because of concerns about the company’s direction after concerns were raised about its future.

This year, Apple has been the top advertiser on Twitter, spending about $48 million on the platform in the first three months of the year, which is roughly 4% of its total revenue on the platform. It has been estimated that Twitter earns around 90% of its income from advertising.

There was a heated discussion on Twitter this week when Elon Musk tweeted that Apple required developers to pay 30% for any in-app purchases they made on the App Store, and he even retweeted a parody video made by Epic Games regarding Fortnite’s troubles on the App Store.

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