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Apple has apparently made a huge mistake leading up to its upcoming iPhone announcements stream. Per Cnet, a Twitter user posted a photo of what appeared to be a scheduled live stream for the iPhone maker’s YouTube account set for Sept. 10. The person wrote, “It was on my YouTube subscription page, it is now removed. I took a second screenshot on the stream page.”

BGR adds that the brand has had a leak, and the new iPhone 12 and details about what Apple plans on unveiling next has been revealed. They write, “In addition to four new iPhones — two iPhone 12 models and two iPhone 12 Pro models — Apple will reportedly unveil new iPads, new Apple Watch Series 6 models, a new bundle of Apple services, a new fitness service that will be included in that services bundle, and the first two Mac computers ever to be powered by ARM-based processors of Apple’s own design.”

They add that due to the coronavirus, the iPhone 12 isn’t going to be released on time in late September. “At least one report from a reliable leaker says that Apple’s two iPhone 12 models will indeed hit store shelves in mid-October as Apple said, but the iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max won’t be released until November.”

Since news of the leak has gone viral, many are sharing photos and memes related to the phone. See some of the tweets below.


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