Not everyone agrees with the changes on Twitter!
Since Elon Musk confirmed the purchase of Twitter and took over the management of the social network, he has been faithful to his style of making controversial decisions. Of course, they have not been indifferent to users, and several of them have begun leaving the social network, including Apple executive Phil Schiller.
Earlier this week, other tweeters noticed that the Twitter account of Phil Schiller, who is known for his role as the person responsible for Apple events and the App Store, was no longer active. Schiller often used this medium to promote new Apple products, services, software, and initiatives. and interact with customers.
No more Twitter for now
The information confirmed by the Bloomberg analyst mark gurmanadded that the account had more than 200,000 followers and was created in November 2008 according to an account web file dated November 4.
Although Schiller has not yet commented on his decision, It is not surprising that, like other users, the Apple executive disagrees with the changes that were announced within the platform. In this way, this could be the first of many, within the company, to cancel the account.
Yesterday, the CEO of Twitter, Elon Musk announced that former President Trump’s account will be restored on the platform following his suspension in January 2021.
In a recent interview, Apple CEO Tim Cook commented on the future of Twitter and the social media platform’s relationship with Apple. During the Interview, Cook said he was hopeful Twitter would uphold its moderation standard under the new leadership.
Since the arrival of Elon Musk to the management of the social network, there are already those who propose new options to replace it, although none have taken a special role, so far. However, those users who prefer to take some time in the middle of this transition without deleting the account permanently, can delete the Twitter account temporarily.