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Twitter creates custom ‘like’ for tweets with #AppleEvent, here’s how netizens reacted

The like button swirls into a colourful heart when someone likes a tweet with the hashtag #AppleEvent. But its not visible on all devices.

By: Trends Desk | New Delhi |
Updated: September 16, 2020 10:59:13 am
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As tech lovers around the world prepared for the ‘Time Flies’ event organised by Apple on Tuesday night, Twitter introduced a new feature: a unique animation for likes on tweets that featured the hashtag #AppleEvent.

The like button swirls into a colourful heart when someone likes a tweet with the hashtag #AppleEvent. After several Twitter users posted about how it worked many started liking and even re-liking tweets with the hashtag to see the animation. However, this was restricted to the Twitter app on iOS devices manufactured by Apple.

This didn’t go down well with Android users who couldn’t see the animation on their devices. However, it is visible on desktops or laptops.

People began sharing memes and jokes about this new feature:


This is the second major Apple event this year after WWDC 2020, which was held in June. The tech giant is expected to announce a new iPad, Watch Series 6, cheaper Apple Watch, AirTags, and One Services bundle at the event.

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