Official Apple account goes live on Twitter ahead of iPhone 7 launch

Official Apple account goes live on Twitter ahead of iPhone 7 launch

Official Apple account goes live on Twitter ahead of iPhone 7 launch

Siri handles the voice and natural language recognition, then extends the request to the app.

The "tweet" metadata in the TweetDeck twitter-management system showed that it was a Twitter TWTR, +0.26% advertisement, yet the product performs exactly like a tweet in nearly every other way except showing up on Apple's AAPL, +0.94% timeline.

The new life of the social media account has some tech journalists speculating what Apple will do with it. With Apple updating its Twitter account, you can catch all the highlights from there.

Ahead of the September 7th event that is expected to see the launch of the iPhone 7 along with iOS 10, Apple has started announcing some of the new third-party Siri integrations that it promised back at WWDC in June. The phone is reportedly going to offer minimal upgrades over last year's model, with rumoured changes including the removal of the headphone jack, a new "Space Black" colour option, and less prominent antenna banding. The iPhone maker has also added Apple logo as account picture.

If you retweet it, you'll get a thank you from Apple.

The company learned of the theft of the data only two weeks ago after the 68 million user credentials were posted online, but indicated it still does not know how or by whom.

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