But one such post captured extra attention as when a tweet was posted through an iPhone as “Twitter for iPhone” could be clearly seen at the bottom right of the tweet. Needless to say, the tweet has now been removed, however, Mac Rumours took a screenshot of it.
Oops! Samsung just used an iPhone to promote tomorrow’s Unpacked event for the upcoming Galaxy S21. https://t.co/rvpGKhUjfu
— MacRumors.com (@MacRumors) 1610580178000
This isn’t the first time such an incident has come to light. Back in 2018, popular YouTuber Marques Brownlee pointed out tweets from verified Samsung Nigeria and Samsung Saudi Arabian accounts that were made using an iPhone.
Another series of social media posts that Samsung was recently seen to be removing from its official accounts were the one where the South Korean tech giant had mocked Apple soon after the iPhone 12 series was launched. Apple announced the new iPhone 12 series and said that the company will not be providing a charging adapter and earphones for free inside the box and Samsung posted an image of a Galaxy charger and a simple message, “included with your Galaxy”.
The reason for this was widely speculated to be that Samsung too is planning to follow Apple and stop including a power adapter in the box.
Samsung is set to host the Galaxy Unpacked 2021 event today at 8pm. At the event, the company is expected to launch Galaxy S21 series, which is expected to include Galaxy S21, Galaxy S21+ and Galaxy S21 Ultra.