According to a recent source, Twitter is preparing to introduce the new Verified membership today. Elon Musk, the new CEO of Twitter, hasn't officially announced the deployment. He had already stated that he will start it during the first week of December. According to a report by The Verge, the debut may be set for this Friday, but the roll out is anticipated to start next week.
Three different checkmark kinds will be available through Twitter Blue: a blue checkmark for subscribers, a grey checkmark for accounts connected to the government that are under Twitter's scrutiny, and a gold checkmark for sponsors. Twitter will take away a user's blue checkmark for seven days if their account is used in an impersonation attempt, in an effort to prevent a repeat of the issue that emerged when the paid verification system was introduced.
Elon Musk might impose additional fees on iOS Twitter users who choose to subscribe to Twitter Blue through the Apple App Store. The Information claims that Musk will charge $11 (approximately Rs 900) for people signing up through the App Store as opposed to just $7 (about Rs 580) for those doing so through the company's website.
This is Musk's risk-free method of evading Apple's 30% Twitter Blue membership charge. He said that the App Store levy problem had been resolved following a meeting he held last week with Apple CEO Tim Cook. Apple remained silent and withheld all meeting-related information.