Apple invites you to sign up for Twitter updates for tomorrow’s iPhone launch

We imagine most 9to5Mac readers will be watching tomorrow’s iPhone launch live, but for anyone who needs a reminder and headlines, Apple is offering Twitter updates for the event …










Join us September 12 at 10 a.m. PDT to watch the #AppleEvent live on Twitter. Tap ❤️ below and we’ll send you updates on event day.

The tweet is accompanied by an animated GIF of the top of the Apple logo, in gold.

When you accept the invitation, Apple sends an automated reply.

Thank you. We’ll send a reminder before the #AppleEvent on September 12. Reply #stop to opt out.

Apple first issued the invitation yesterday morning.

We’re expecting to see the iPhone Xs – the direct replacement for the iPhone X – together with a larger 6.5-inch Xs Max or Xs Plus model, and a cheaper 6.1-inch LCD version. Speculation on the name for that has included the iPhone Xc and iPhone Xr.

We’ll also see a new Apple Watch, likely called the Series 4, with a 15% larger display and at least one new watch face. Also expected is an AirPods refresh with a wireless charging case, and we’d hope that AirPower will finally go on sale.

Less likely are new Macs and iPads. While it’s possible Apple could include the expected new models in tomorrow’s event, it seems more likely that it has enough to cover to make this a separate event in October.

We’ll of course be bringing you live coverage of the event.


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