Apple app store boss Phil Schiller reportedly deactivated his Twitter account. 

But a series of tweets by Twitter's CEO Elon Musk have sparked a new round of wrath, this time aimed at Apple's App Store policy.

Elon Musk has said that Apple has been a stumbling block to Twitter, and has challenged the company.

He also suggested that Twitter should reinstate accounts that were suspended earlier.

However, a recent report suggested that Twitter's new content moderation policy may actually lead to more obnoxious content on the platform. 

This is in spite of the fact that the company said it has improved its ability to remove hate speech.

While Apple hasn't yet responded to Musk's claims, it's not the first tech CEO to make similar claims about Apple's App Store. 

In addition, several major advertisers have already stopped using Twitter since Musk's buyout.

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