Apple and the AppStore give preferential treatment to Elon Musk?

After some friction in the recent past, it seems the hatchet is buried between Apple and Elon Musk. In the line of sight, the “X” application (formerly Twitter) on the AppStore. Explanations.

Have you noticed on the Apple AppStore that there is no application whose name has only one character. Indeed, applications must have between 2 and 30 characters, this is the rule established by Apple, and there have never been exceptions… Until today. And for the benefit of Elon Musk.

The X application in the AppStore, the only one of its kind

Indeed, the owner of Twitter has decided that his social network will henceforth be called “X”, and as you may have noticed X is a single letter. Thus, the fact that the application can be found under this name on the AppStore shows that it clearly received preferential treatment. As a reminder, at the end of last year the CEO of Tesla and new owner of Twitter accused Apple of wanting to remove its application from the AppStore. But later, after a meeting with Apple CEO Tim Cook, Musk said it was just a "misunderstanding."