During a flurry of tweets last week, Twitter CEO Elon Musk said that Apple had stopped advertising on the platform.
This was despite the fact that Apple had spent a total of $220,800 on Twitter ads between October 16 and October 22.
The company is facing a notable drop in ad revenue since Musk took over.
According to Media Matters for America, Twitter is expected to lose over $750 million in advertising in 2022.
The report found that 50 of Twitter's top 100 advertisers have halted work with the site.
In addition, more than a third of Twitter's top advertisers have not advertised on the platform in the past two weeks.
Musk said the mass pullouts have made advertisers question how Twitter would be able to maintain its high standards of moderation.
He also said that he would create a content council to review the reinstatement of former President Donald Trump's account.
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