Phil Schiller, an Apple executive, deletes his Twitter account

Following recent developments on the platform, Phil Schiller, who oversees Apple events and the App Store, deleted his Twitter account.

Schiller often interacted with consumers while promoting new Apple initiatives, services, software, and products through his account.

According to a web record of the account until November 4, it was created in November 2008 and had more than 200,000 followers.

Elon Musk, the CEO of Twitter, declared on November 19 that Donald trump's account will be brought back online after it had been suspended in January 2021.

The future of Twitter and its connection with Apple were topics of a recent interview with Apple CEO Tim Cook.

Cook expressed his continued hope during the interview over Twitter's ability to keep its moderation standards under the new management.

Elon Musk's efforts to get Donald Trump back on Twitter were appreciated by the former president, but Trump said he would not use it.