Apple CEO Tim Cook appeared to prove even the best can struggle with technology ahead of the much-anticipated iPhone launch this evening.
The Apple CEO sent out a tweet which is widely believed to have meant to be a direct message.
And it did not look as though things are going smoothly.
The tweet read: "No. Who can get it here quickly?"
It was taken down within seconds – but not, of course, before eagle-eyed social media users grabbed a screengrab.
But it seems as though the deleted tweet was actually done on purpose and was in fact part of a lead-in to the launch event.
The company is expected to announce three new iPhones, the XS, XS Max and XR. Everyone seems interested in the XR which brings the iPhone X styling (and notch) to a lower-priced phone.
A new Apple Watch is also a near certainty, featuring a better screen and in new sizes.
Rumours also suggest we could see a new iPad Pro, a lower-cost Macbook aimed at people who don’t want to spend thousands on the MacBook Pro .
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he new top model is expected to have a 6.5-inch (16.5-cm) screen with an edge-to-edge display and be called the iPhone X Plus or Max. It would have an OLED display with richer colors, and Wall Street is targeting a price of $1,049 or $1,099 versus the current $999 base price for the iPhone X.
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