Last week saw the introduction of an #AppleEvent hashflag on Twitter, and a new animation has now been added when liking a tweet containing the hashtag…
The hashflag itself went live last week.
When you tweet the #AppleEvent hashtag, Twitter will display a mini version of the Apple logo depicted in the event invite.
This isn’t Apple’s first hashflag on Twitter – last year Apple used several different hashflags to promote its fall events. This year, Apple created hashflags for the Spring Loaded event and WWDC21. You can see all these animated hashflags on hashflags.io.
This new hashflag will be live from today until December 6 and combines the background of the event invitation.
The latest addition means that when you like a tweet containing the #AppleEvent tag in the official Twitter iOS app, the heart symbol will change to a miniature version of the Apple logo to match the appearance of the event, then change to a matching blue heart. outline, then back into the regular red heart.
You can see a preview of everything we plan to announce at today’s event, with the iPhone 13 lineup of course headlining.
Rumors suggest that the iPhone 13 will be similar in design to the iPhone 12, but with a smaller notch. The iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max are expected to feature notable camera improvements, as well as ProMotion displays with 120Hz refresh rate support.
More recently, Bloomberg and Ming-Chi Kuo have indicated that the iPhone 13 will feature new satellite communication technology. These features, which could be enabled via a software update in the future, would allow users to send emergency messages when in areas without cellular service.
For more details on what to expect from the iPhone 13, be sure to check out our full guide here with all the latest rumors and expectations. Here’s some informations :
New 1TB storage option
mmWave 5G in more countries
A15 chip inside
More details in our iPhone 13 guide.
There are also some things you shouldn’t expect to see tomorrow, despite some rumors to the contrary. We will of course bring you full coverage as we go along.
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