Posted on 2018-09-13 12:57:21
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Since the beginning of their launching ceremonies, Apple has Live-Streamed their events on all the main platforms but as 2018 has proved to be a “Significant” year for Apple and its followers, they will be streaming their new iPhone announcement on Twitter for the first time in order to reach new audiences who might not know how to check Apple’s website for a streaming link.
This is considered as the second major expansion this year in streaming as they earlier opened streaming for Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) for the people using Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox. Prior to that, Apple had the limited viewership on Safari and Microsoft Edge users only on the desktop which was a constraint that served as an annoyance for many Mac users who use other browsers.
Apple will be running its live streaming through its “Never Tweeted” account as only paid ads use to run on this profile. You can either open on this link “https://twitter.com/Apple/status/1039158183292559361” on your browser or go directly on Apple’s Twitter account.
Shortly the launching ceremony will begin at 10 AM PDT on 12th September 2018.
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