Apple is that technology company that keeps everyone hooked on to its every release. Apple’s iPhone revolutionized the way we used phones and since then have continuously evolved their products. So on Wednesday, Apple stole everybody’s thunder with its iPhone X and a slew of other awesome product launches. There were a lot of people tweeting about the company and the event with quite a few people cracking jokes. However, one thing that made people sit up and wonder when they went to Apple’s main Twitter page was the fact that even though tweets from the company appeared on their twitter feed, no tweets were visible on the page. It made people wonder what sorcery is this and left them confused.

‘iPhoneX: The Proverbial Forbidden Apple I Must Have’

‘iPhoneX: The Proverbial Forbidden Apple I Must Have’

Apple tweeted as soon as it launched its latest iPhone X along with other products. They wrote, “Say hello to the future. iPhone X.” and tweeted a video along with it, but the tweet could not be located on its parent, official Twitter page. People on Twitter were puzzled by this. After all, how can we see the tweets on our timeline but not on the official account? Trust Apple to come up with something totally out of this world which was not thought up by anyone else.

Apple’s Tweet that appeared on timeline

Apple’s Twitter Page

Source:Twitter
Source:Twitter

People were confused on Twitter

Apple’s tweet left Twitterati mystified

This is a mystery worth solving

It appears that the company is paying to tweet without tweeting and the company has still not issued any public tweet till now. According to Tech Crunch, the only way Apple can have a tweet on the ether without it appearing on their official account is through a specific ad buy. Basically, they bought a tweet that exists on an island. Paid tweets don’t appear on the timeline so the official Apple twitter page looks as if it hasn’t tweeted anything yet boasts of a following of 1.32 million followers. The twitter page is verified and has a new background photo though.