While you waited for your iPhone 14 Pro, Apple faced Foxconn delays, union woes, and just a little mockery from Samsung.
A poll set up by Elon Musk has perhaps not gone the way he wants, with the majority voting in favor of his removal as CEO of Twitter.
Twitter is banning links that lead to social platforms including Facebook and Instagram, but it will allow the links to exist in advertising.
In the wake of Elon Musk acquiring Twitter, users have started migrating to other platforms. Here's how to get started with Mastodon, one of the social media alternatives.
Twitter reportedly plans on forcing users to opt into personalized ads & location tracking, and also wants to sell phone numbers to increase revenue — and Apple won't be happy if they do either.
Elon Musk isn't giving up on Twitter Blue, with the subscription confirmed to be returning at $8 per month through a browser, but $11 via the iOS app.
Twitter is reportedly planning to charge $7 per month for its Twitter Blue subscription, but the company wants to offset fees and will charge users more per month through the App Store.
Apple is Twitter's biggest ad client, and has returned to advertising at its normal level according to Elon Musk — but it's still not clear if it ever slowed down ad buys.
Elon Musk himself has now said that Apple never intended to remove Twitter from the App Store, after taking a walk around Apple Park with CEO Tim Cook on Wednesday.