Apple re-activated its official twitter account on Friday

Apple activated its twitter account on Friday morning. The company joined Twitter back in 2011 and the account is been dormant with zero tweets and default display picture of the egg. Apple bought the account into active mode and by verifying and replaced the display picture with the Apple logo.

Currently, Apple operates several Twitter accounts to push their Apple Music and iTunes services. Many top executives tweet the updates including the CEO Tim Cook. The activation of the company’s official account has made a way to speculation about the live-tweet of the company’s announcement of iPhone 7 on September 7. However, Apple live stream the event through the company’s official website.

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It is unclear about how Apple is going to use this newly revised Twitter. Apple’s Twitter account has nearly 90000 followers as of this morning and haven’t tweeted any post. A buzz is that the company may use this account to promote the new device along with the MacBooks, new iMacs and 5K display. Seems this would be the best way to get the updates officially by just following Apple on twitter.

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