You may soon notice a few changes to your mobile Twitter () account as the social media giant is rolling out some design adjustments to make that version of Twitter easier for new users to navigate and interact with.
The biggest change will be noticed by those using an Apple iPhone () as Twitter is adding a new user profile photo button in the upper left hand corner. The feature is already available on Android devices.
Other small changes include changing profile pictures from to circles from squares and making the reply button on tweets a speech bubble rather than an arrow.
“Today, with lots of feedback and ideas from you, we’re refreshing our product too and making it feel lighter, faster, and easier to use. We listened closely and kept what you love. And for the things you didn’t, we took a new approach to fix and make better,” Twitter said in a blog post.
Beware Tesla fanboys: Tesla () burning money, but shareholders are the likely ones to blister and feel the pain. The standard 90-day corporate equity lockup period for Tesla, following its $402.5 million stock sale of March 16, ends Thursday TheStreetreports. As a result, Tesla will be free to conduct another stock offering as soon as Thursday, which is a real possibility given the electric car company’s debt situation, partly due to its Solar City investment, and need for additional cash. Any new issuance the company may seek would likely need to take place before July, which is when Tesla issues its quarterly report on car sales. Alternatively, an offering could come in late August after Tesla issues its quarterly financial report.