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Apple Event emoji hashtag goes live on Twitter ahead of iPad and Apple Watch announcements [Update]

9to5Mac Tuesday, 15 September 2020
*Update 9/15*: After this article was published, Apple confirmed its Apple Watch and iPad event for September 15. In conjunction with event day, there’s a new animation on Twitter when you “like” a tweet containing the #Apple Event hashtag. Here’s what it looks like:

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