Days are running out until Apple's annual decline drops, but that doesn't mean the rumor mill has to stop breaking out soon.
On Friday, the company gave a temporary makeover of the iconic glass cube, its store on Fifth Avenue in New York City known for marking the end of its two-year renovation process. And the whole gadget looks a lot like the multicolored logo design on its invitations to the big Apple Day event.
match? Or can all these arcs be some kind of coded message about upcoming Apple messages that we just don't see yet? What if it was just a pointless reference to the original Apple logo? What could all this mean?
Although Apple is as much disguised as ever about what we can expect on September 10, the company has created some tradition of hiding a clue or two in its famous obscure invitations. Just enough to send speculators into a rage before the big debut.
The many rumors already circulating around gave us a pretty good sense of the upcoming announcements of the event. A series of new iPhones to replace their current XR, XS and XS Max models will likely be unveiled, though what Apple intends to call its 11th generation devices (the X1? 11? "Pro" is something ?) Is still just speculation. , Apple is likely to want to take advantage of its upcoming streaming service, TV + and game subscription service, Arcade, with the unveiling of a new Apple TV. And there is a lot of talk about the huge 16-inch MacBook that is showing up, just to name a few examples.
However, as to what these new rainbow motifs might mean, can anyone guess. Here are some of the ones we and other fans have come up with, all with varying degrees of sincerity:
This arc-gate may be Apple's hint that it plans to follow in its competitors' color scheme steps their next-generation phones. The big cube boy looks similar to Samsung's recent Note 10 series and its kaleidoscopic Aura Glow cover. Huawei has been playing with the gradient colors on its phones for years too, so it definitely looks like there's a market for these chromatic designs.
A technical reporter, Stan Horacek, suggested that this logo might hint at new camera technology in 11th-generation iPhones. Apple's rumor with the triple lens for this series is somewhat polarizing, to put it mildly, so it would make sense for the company to include a witch to address such a hot topic. Horacek draws parallels between the design of the logo and the patent of the 2016 Apple Camera Lens to support his theory, which, if true, would be an impressive deep part of Apple.
Or maybe it's simpler than that, and the multicolored logo in Apple's invitations just shows what colors the new iPhones will come in: green, blue, yellow , red and purple. It's a bit on the nose, if you ask me, but it's still within reach.
I personally hope that all this with the arc turns into some kind of complex feedback signal. One that relies on the most ridiculous or epic design products Apple has ever made, depending on who you ask.
That's the right baby, iMac G3s! 2019 is and is already remaking every sitcom and cartoon from the 90's and early outs, so why not rethink this strange obsession every tech company seemed to have then with colorful, partially infused designs? If I can't get a new generation iPhone in fruity colors like "Tangerine" or "Kiwi", I would be very disappointed.