Elon Musk stands in front of a Cybertruck with shattered windows after a demonstration gone wrong.

On Monday, the billionaire started lashing out at Apple and its CEO, Tim Cook, over the many ways that they had been wronged, at least in his opinion. At one point, Musk said he would go to war with Apple, but later changed his mind. His war plans were seemingly stopped by the deletion of the retweeted message.

Musk started his rant against Apple by saying that the company had stopped advertising on social media. They hate free speech and stopped advertising because of it. The Washington Post reported that Apple spent $48 million on ads in the first three months of the year.

Apple has stopped advertising on the social networking site. They don't like free speech in America. Musk spoke. He asked what was going on attim_cook.

Despite his chaotic and questionable management, Musk is still keeping a close eye on advertising, which makes up about 90 percent of the company's revenue. According to a report by Media Matters for America, 50 of the top 100 advertisers have stopped doing business with the company.

Cook didn't respond to Musk.

Musk didn't stop airing his beef with Apple. He expressed his displeasure over Apple's "secret" 30% tax on in-app purchases. Even if Musk has never heard of Apple's "App Store tax", it has been known for a long time. The policies of the iPhone maker include it.

The meme suggested that he would rather go to war with Apple than agree to its tax. It was suggested that Musk thought twice about poking the bear named Apple, which is the most valuable public company in the world.

The 30% tax has been a topic of debate, most notably via a lawsuit filed by the creators of the hit game. A judge ruled in Apple's favor, stating that the company did not create an unfair monopoly in the App Store. The judge found that the developer agreement had been broken. Apple has imposed a 30% tax on audiobooks. Users can't buy audiobooks through the app on Apple devices because they don't want to pay the tax.

There is a possibility that Musk found out about the 30% tax from a worker he hasn't fired. As Apple policies stand, the company gets a 30% cut of subscriptions for purchases made by customers using its devices, even though Musk wants to get at least 50% of its revenue from subscriptions in the future.

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The billionaire thought that complaining was a fair game. Musk said on Monday that he received threats from Apple and that he would build his own phone.

Musk stated that Apple would not tell them why it was threatening to pull the app from the store.

Apple's App Store review guidelines state that apps "should not include content that is offensive, insensitive, upsetting, intended to disgust, or just plain weird." Failing to remove videos of the mosque shooting until prompted to do so, as well as offering "general amnesty" to suspended accounts, would fit that bill. The App Store does not allow access to pornography on non-browser apps.

According to the guidelines, Apple will reject applications that are over the line.

You asked what line. As a Supreme Court Justice once said, "I will know it when I see it," according to Apple's guidelines. You will know it when you cross it.

Musk knows when he crosses the line. If he does, he doesn't care. The billionaire appeared to be putting his boxing gloves on after he asked for allies to stand with him against Apple.

The support is greatly appreciated.

Apple didn't comment on Musk's statements.