How Apple's Twitter account ruined big iPhone 7 event

    As Apple was gearing up to present its big iPhone 7 announcement at Bill Graham Civic Auditorium here on Wednesday, the company's reactivated Twitter account, in a series of tweets, sent out photos and video of the new iPhone 7 and highlighting some of its top features before CEO Tim Cook could get to it on stage.

    How Apple's Twitter account ruined big iPhone 7 event

    "The tweets appear to have been sent out accidentally and Apple pulled them just a few minutes after they began spreading around but till then, they were retweeted thousand of times," The Verge reported.

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    The tweets leaked new colours, water resistance and a dual camera of new iPhone 7.

    Apple unveiled its much anticipated stunning iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus along with next-generation 'Apple Watch Series 2'.

    How Apple's Twitter account ruined big iPhone 7 event

    iPhone 7 has water and dust resistance, dual-lens camera (in iPhone 7 Plus), 4.6-inch retina HD display, a new home button, 7MP HD front camera and 12MP rear main camera, no traditional 3.5 mm headphone jack, iOS 10, A10 fusion chip and and longest battery life to date.

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    Apple iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus will be available in India beginning October 7 in silver, gold, rose gold and the new black finish (jet black).

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