A Twitter Hashflag for Apple’s upcoming “Call to Code” Worldwide Developer Conference is now live on the most popular micro-blogging platform.
Whenever you Tweet something using #AppleEvent, the new WWDC event-themed automatically shows up. A hashflag icon is displayed for a limited time to some special hashtags on Twitter and this time, it used a form of the Swift logo in a combination of multiple colorways for the invitation.
Apple has utilized this feature for the past few years on the company’s special occasions and now, for the WWDC22 Apple Event titled “Call to Code.”
In this year’s second Apple Event, the company will reveal the next generation of Apple platforms that include iOS 16, iPadOS 16, macOS Mammoth (macOS 13), watchOS 9, and tvOS 16.
According some leaks and rumors for a while, Apple is also speculated to announce the all-new MacBook Air in an entirely new design that will be powered by Apple M2 chip.