After companies like Apple and Disney pulled advertising, Elon Musk says it will be the advertisers fault if X goes under, suggesting users will boycott them in turn.
A new report claims that Apple has again paused advertising on social media powerhouse X, in protest of owner Elon Musk's promotion of, and Apple's advertising adjacent to, antisemitic content.
Users are no longer able to receive live help from the Apple support account on X, and instead will be redirected to other platforms.
Elon Musk's X is too important to stop Apple's advertising on the platform, according to Tim Cook, with the Apple CEO touching on political equality and environmental efforts.
Apple is reportedly looking to cut back on providing human support on various social media outlets like YouTube and Twitter.
Nearly immediately after Elon Musk announced that he was going to kill the ability to block other users from a feed, App Store terms and conditions were said to be a problem for the action. Here's why that's probably not the case.
An X post from Elon Musk tells creators he'd like to give them more money, but Apple's 30% App Store commission prevents that. He hopes a conversation with CEO Tim Cook will change things.
Elon Musk's rebrand of Twitter into X has fully made it to the App Store, with Apple making an exception to a long-standing policy preventing the existence of single-character app names.
As recently teased by CEO Elon Musk, Twitter is now called "X" as the rebranding goes live.