Apple’s September iPhone 15 event hashmoji hits Twitter/X

Apple's iconic hashmoji is lighting up Twitter/X feeds.
Aug 29, 2023, 7:00 PM UTC
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Apple's September iPhone 15 event hashmoji hits Twitter/X

If you’re anything like us, you’ve probably been eagerly counting down the days to Apple‘s much-anticipated September 12 event. This is where the magic happens, folks—the moment we all get a sneak peek into the future of iPhones. But guess what? Apple is spicing things up this time around with a dash of creativity that’s hard to ignore.

First off, let’s unravel the mystery behind this fancy term. Remember those little icons called “hashflags” that used to pop up next to hashtags on Twitter (which is now known as X)? Well, they’ve gone through a makeover and are now called “hashmoji.” These icons add a dash of flair to hashtags and give you a visual sneak peek into what’s hot in the world of events and trends. In this case, we’re talking about the hashtag #AppleEvent, which now comes with its very own hashmoji.

So, what does this hashmoji actually look like? Imagine the iconic Apple logo, decked out in a sleek blue and gray color combo — the same colors that Apple revealed when they dropped the event invites. It’s like a little piece of art that screams Apple’s design finesse from every pixel.

Apple's September iPhone 15 event hashmoji hits Twitter/X

The September 12 event is set to kick off at 10 am PT / 1 pm ET / 5 pm UTC.

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