Apple will broadcast tomorrow's event on Twitter

It's less than 24 hours before Apple's top executives take the stage at the Steve Jobs Theater and present the world with the main news for the second half of the year, (almost) certainly a trio of new iPhones and a new Apple Watch with a bigger screen.

Everyone's spirits must be well warmed up and, to contribute to the hype, Ma announced and confirmed to the TechCrunch that transmitting tomorrow's keynote in an unambiguous way: at Twitter.

The “watch” on tweet don't leave too many doubts, either.

It has been a while since Apple adopted the custom of broadcasting its keynotes (most of them, at least) on its official website and on Apple TV, but this streaming exclusive to Ma products and newer versions of “full” browsers such as Microsoft Edge. With the broadcast on Twitter, everyone will be able to follow the news live wherever they are (and on any device), that is, another option for those with the maximum animation for tomorrow.

Recalling that, for those who prefer to accompany (or want to complement) a translated and point-to-point coverage, we will do our good old live blogging as we always did, highlighting the main news announced by our Twitter and bringing complete posts about each ad. It is your choice!