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Apple Launch Goes Live On Twitter For First Time

Apple will stream its imminent iPhone launches on Twitter for the first time, expanding its ever-growing platform feeds for major events and promotions.

It is also opening up streaming to Chrome and Firefox browsers, whereas it had previously limited viewing to its own Safari and Edge users.

The company had received feedback from a huge support base that many Mac users used these platforms and Apple’s streaming limitations had been a nuisance for them.

Apple does not actually post content on its Twitter account, but rather places paid ads there, which will supposedly contain a link underneath them to click on to go to the launch streaming.

There is no word from Apple about live streaming the event on YouTube yet.

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