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Apple's Twitter 'hashflag' for Sept. 14 iPhone event hints at future announcements

Twitter on Tuesday activated a “hashflag” for Apple’s upcoming “California Streaming” event scheduled for Sept. 14, with the tech giant reserving use of the special #AppleEvent icon until December.Continuing its use of Twitter’s custom icon feature, Apple’s latest hashflag consists of an Apple logo filled with a blue-to-pink pastel gradient reminiscent of the color palette selected for “California Streaming” media invitations sent out earlier today.According to researcher Jane Manchun Wong’s Hashflag Browser, Apple has reserved use of the “AppleEvent” hashflag through Dec. 6, suggesting the company plans to hold additional online gatherings before year’s end. The tech giant’s hashflags are typically active for a week — two weeks for the Worldwide Developers Conference — before being pulled when the referenced event concludes. Read more…
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