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Ever made a typo on Twitter?
I’ll bet you have. After all, everybody makes mistakes from time to time. But while some typos are innocent mistakes or autocorrect malfunctions, others are down to good, old-fashioned stupidity.
Yesterday, in a much-anticipated keynote, Apple announced a range of exciting new products, including two new iPhones (a 4.7 inch iPhone 6 and 5.5 inch iPhone 6 Plus), an Apple Watch (their first wearable device) and Apple Pay (which adds a new category to Apple’s business: mobile payments).
The company also revealed the launch date for iOS 8, which is September 12th.
With so much happening, the conversation quickly turned to Twitter. How did we react?
Did you know that more than two in five of all mentions on Twitter – all those @replies and @username tags we each do many times each day – take place in the United States?