Following quite a while of shunning online networking, Apple has at long last joined Twitter. At the beginning of yesterday, Apple launched an account to “give tips, tricks and supportive information when you require it most.”
Within two hours of opening the record, the page racked up 24,000 followers, posting more than 184 tweets to people with inquiries regarding their iPhones, iPads and portable PCs.
In spite of not having a record for the Apple lead brand before today, the organization isn’t totally new to Twitter—it has opened accounts for iTunes and Apple Music in the most recent couple of years. Furthermore, it acquired advertisements on Twitter before, including Promoted Trends —which cost generally $200,000—for launches like the Mac Watch and iPad Air 2.
And some folks are asking “tough” questions already. LOL
Hi @AppleSupport. I cannot seem to hear anyone on my iPhone. Can you assist? #AppleSupport pic.twitter.com/BUAvc1tIfZ
— Jake Counselbaum (@jakecbaum) March 3, 2016
Apple also has a sense of humour
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