Apple will hold its traditional end of summer keynote on September 15th, we already know this. But maybe we don't know that if we go with our iPhone to the page dedicated to the event there is a small Easter Egg waiting for us.
In short, in Cupertino they are trying in every way to capture attention, aware of the fact that this cannot be a year like any other, given the consequences of the pandemic on the world economy. Whether there is the new iPhone or not, this is not yet known: what is certain is that the event has been called Time Flies, and that the logo is nothing more than an apple drawn with a hatch that brings to mind the scrolling of an Apple Pencil on the screen of an iPad (or maybe it's too imaginative a thought?).
Let's go back to the apple, then: let it be dynamic we had already seen it in the tweet that we reported last night at the time of the announcement, but what the fruit is also visible in augmented reality, well, perhaps not everyone knew this. This is obviously a curiosity, nothing else, but it reminds us of the potential of the iPhone and iPad.
So what to do to immerse ourselves in the virtual reality of the Easter Egg? Simple: take your iPhone (or iPad), open Safari, go up apple.com/apple-events/ and click on the apple. A screen will open where the event logo will appear inside your room (it takes a moment to load correctly, and the smartphone will probably ask for a calibration). The logo can be enlarged or reduced as desired, and it transforms sinuously on the date of presentation: 9.15 – September 15, in fact.
And you, what do you expect from the keynote? Will the iPhone really be the big absentee?
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