"It was on my YouTube subscription page, it is now removed," the person tweeted.
Apple didn't immediately respond to a request for comment. Apple's YouTube page currently doesn't have any events scheduled.
The tweet, and the attention it's getting from outlets such as 9to5Mac, The Verge and yes, even us, is an example of just how carefully people watch Apple's movements ahead of its expected announcements of new products, including this fall's . Apple traditionally holds a fall event to announce new products ahead of the holiday shopping season, and it's been the time that the company's announced new iPhones since 2011's .
This year, Apple's cloaked the event and its details in the usual secrecy as fans eagerly await the company's inevitable invitations to the press. The messages typically include an and a title for the event that always seems to hint at something to be announced. But it's also usually vague enough to light up Twitter with .
Unlike in previous years, Apple's, but did say the device would arrive a few weeks later than launch for the .
In the meantime, the tea leaf reading and supposed leaks have only begun.