If you’re an Apple obsessive and want to ensure you’re always in the know with what’s going on at Apple Campus, then you might want to take to social media. Twitter is one of the most effective sources of news, and below, we’ve put together five Twitter accounts you should be following so you can stay up-to-date on all things Apple, every day of the week.
It’d be wrong to put together a list of Apple news sources without mentioning our own channels! Make sure you follow AppleMagazine on Twitter and be the first to hear from our team of journalists on breaking news, Apple analysis and insights, and of course, an exclusive first look at our weekly AppleMagazine cover story.
The iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max take smartphone photography to a whole new level with the introduction of a 48-megapixel sensor, elevating photos and videos even further. It’s the best camera system ever on an iPhone, and both critics and consumers are united in their praise. pic.twitter.com/FfjslvFXrc
— AppleMagazine (@AppleMagazine) October 7, 2022
Since the launch of his Power On newsletter in 2021, Mark Gurman has become something of an Apple Insider icon – every day, he shares new information and rumors of upcoming Apple products, changes to existing software and hardware, and so much more. Give him a follow on Twitter, so you’re always up to speed on the latest.
Huge change from Apple on Stage Manager after claiming for months this was impossible. https://t.co/iqwpeksYGh
— Mark Gurman (@markgurman) September 27, 2022
Ming-Chi Kuo is an analyst at TF International Securities and has a proven track record when it comes to Apple news and insider information. Often at the heart of breaking news stories regarding iPhones, Apple Cars, and more, Kuo has become a key player in the world of Apple news and reporting. Following him directly means you’ll be the first to know about breaking news, insider information, and of course, leaks about upcoming products.
iPhone 14 Pro Max accounts for about 60% of the total order increase of Pro models, benefiting iPhone ASP/product mix for 4Q22.
— 郭明錤 (Ming-Chi Kuo) (@mingchikuo) September 28, 2022
All Apple, Always
With almost one million followers on Twitter, this account is another one to follow so you’re always up-to-date on the latest Apple news. One of the best things about this one is that they curate news from all of the biggest technology sites and Apple-focused news websites, so you’ll never miss out on an important story or article.
MacBook Air (M2) secured. ✅ pic.twitter.com/OC3E3SapVd
— All Apple, Always | News, Reviews, Guides (@iPhone_News) July 8, 2022
Finally, consider giving Apple Hub a follow. They curate news from across the internet in bite-size chunks. Rather than having to visit websites to get the low-down or subscribe to newsletters, they share the most important news updates in single tweets so you can be quickly up-to-speed, and create nice digestible graphics, too.
According to Mark Gurman, Apple has tested under-display Touch ID for years, however, he does not expect Touch ID to return with the iPhone 15 or any future iPhones. Should Apple bring back Touch ID or continue to stick with Face ID? pic.twitter.com/pzj4f6p0db
— Apple Hub (@theapplehub) October 7, 2022
What’s your favorite Twitter account? Let us know and check back soon for the latest.