So the much-awaited Apple invites have arrived and its official, the tech giant is holding an invite-only event on September 9 at the Flint Centre for the Performing Arts in Cupertino.
Apple invites have often been speculated to hold little hints in their email invites, leaving the tech-loving receiver’s mind racing to solve the puzzle. Last year’s invite saw numerous bizarre analysis of the Apple invite, and as expected, this year is no different. As soon as the invites hit the inboxes, speculations started pouring. Looks like the Internet has not lost its humor, yet.
clue in the Apple invite sure was extra sneaky this year pic.twitter.com/skiDsVeLeY
— Ashley Feinberg (@ashfein) August 28, 2014
Apple’s iPhone event invite: “Wish we could say more. But we can’t since everything’s already been leaked.” — Jason Spooner (@jasonspooner) August 28, 2014
Rejected Apple invite taglines: “WATCH this space”. “TIME for the next big thing”. “It’s announcement O’CLOCK”. “We’re making a SMART WATCH” — Mark Brown (@britishgaming) August 28, 2014
Patiently waiting for someone to rearrange those white shapes in the Apple invite to see if they reveal a larger phone or wearable. — Joanna Stern (@JoannaStern) August 28, 2014
Apple’s Sep. 9 invite alludes to a “one more thing” moment! Yet no website has picked up on that… — Nate Hudson (@natehudson) August 28, 2014
Apple’s Sept. 9 invite says “wish we could say more.” iLamp? (Featuring iGenie technology)? — Mike Battista (@Mike_Rochip) August 28, 2014
Apple’s invite is an image of the logo, but it looks like it’s intended to be “big.” “Say more” is intriguing too. — Will Carroll (@injuryexpert) August 28, 2014
OMG! There’s a shining light in the upper portion of the Apple invite! This can only confirm the iWatch is the Jesus watch!!! — jammasternate (@jammasternate) August 28, 2014
— Dan Cooper (@danielwcooper) August 28, 2014
A #decodingtheappleinvite was also created by journalist Sharon Profis and she pretty much decoded a whole bunch of things.
Others contributed to her weighty analysis.
And this guy pretty much sums up this entire post and most part of the next two weeks in one sentence.
*Cue two weeks of in-depth semantic analysis of Apple’s latest press invite.*
— Billy Ceskavich (@ceskavich) August 28, 2014
It is heavily rumored that the September 9 event will have Apple unveiling the two variants of iPhone 6 and the iWatch. The minimalistic invite has succeeded in its purpose to evoke the buzz yet again, and we seriously hope that such analysis, however useless, continue to pour in. After all, who doesn’t love a good laugh?