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Elon Musk jabs Apple. Is a conflict brewing? Here’s what to know

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As advertisers reportedly flee Twitter and employees depart, whether by choice or layoff, Elon Musk is taking jabs at tech giant Apple.

On Twitter – Musk’s preferred platform of choice even before he closed a deal to buy the social media company for $44 billion – the CEO called out Apple and fellow chief executive Tim Cook over multiple issues, including advertising and the fees Apple charges to developers on its App Store.

The latest missives follow a flurry of activity at Twitter, which includes plans to relaunch the Twitter Blue subscription service aimed at verifying real users with a checkmark.

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Elon Musk speaks at the SATELLITE Conference and Exhibition on March 9, 2020, in Washington.

What did Musk say about Apple?

It started with a tweet Monday from Musk on Apple and advertising. “Apple has mostly stopped advertising on Twitter,” Musk wrote. “Do they hate free speech in America?” Musk followed with another tweet directly asking Apple CEO Tim Cook.

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