Apple Event on September 12th: The new Hashmoji and how to track it
- In anticipation of the upcoming iPhone-focused event on September 12, Apple has launched an official Hashmoji for the event.
- The Hashmoji exhibits the same blue and grey color scheme of the Apple logo that Apple introduced with the event invitations.
- The event on September 12 will start at 10:00 AM Pacific Time and can be followed on the Apple Events page, YouTube, and via the Apple TV app on compatible devices.
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It's that time again! In preparation for the grand iPhone event on September 12, Apple fittingly introduced an official #AppleEvent Hashmoji (or "X") on Twitter congruent to the event's design.
An Apple Blue Hint
Hashmojis, previously known as Hashflags, are bespoke, paid icons that appear next to specific hashtags on Twitter. What's unique about our new favorite Hashmoji is, it displays the same blue and grey color scheme of the Apple logo that Apple introduced with the event invitations.
A Direct Line to the Event
For those who can't get enough: the event on September 12 will commence at 10:00 AM Pacific Time and everyone can tune in via the Apple Events page, YouTube, and the Apple TV app on compatible devices. And for those who might not have the chance to watch the event, don't worry - MacRumors will provide complete coverage.
The Apple world is eagerly gearing up for the upcoming iPhone event on September 12. The new Hashmoji already reflects the design and color scheme of the future event. Could it indicate anything about the upcoming product announcements? Who knows, perhaps there's more to the blue-grey color scheme than meets the eye. Until then, stay curious and engaged!
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