There are 26 letters in the English alphabet, but Elon Musk cares about only one – X. That’s the new name of Twitter, but the change ran into an unexpected problem. Apple’s App Store platform has an unwritten rule that app names should be at least two characters long.
Apple made an exception for Musk and allowed him to change the name of the app to just “X”, as you can see here:
The app has also been renamed to X on the Google Play Store. However, as you may have already heard, the X logo on top of the company’s San Francisco headquarters has been removed.
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