September, the most exciting month of the year for iPhone lovers is here. It’s time to get ready to celebrate the annual flagship event from Apple. The company is going to launch its next big thing in iPhone history. Apple is going to unveil its top tier thousand dollar flagship. The rampant rumors and speculations talked a lot about the launch. So, we all are well familiar with the design fantasies of iPhone 8. Apple’s annual flagship event for the launch of iPhone 8 on September 12 is no longer a mystery.
On Tuesday, Apple sent an official invitation to Press. This inviting note confirmed that the company is going to host an event on September 12. Certainly, the world will see the new iPhone 8 and two other new handsets along with a bevy of other tech goodies.
Annual Flagship Event September 12
Apple confirmed its long-held rumors of a special event on September 12. The annual flagship event is going to held in Apple Park California, and Tim Cook is going to reveal the iPhone 7s, iPhone 7s Plus and iPhone 8. The exact tagline of the invitation was “Let’s meet at our place” with a reminder to join Apple for the first ever event at the Steve Jobs Theater at the newly-opened campus. The invitation includes a white, red and blue version of the famous Apple logo. The gadget sleuths are pouring over it to find some clues about the next model of the iPhone.
The event invite did not explicitly make mention of any of the product which Apple is going to announce. The internet sleuths suggest that it contains some hidden messages about the new line-up.
A whirlwind of rumors swirling around the iPhone 8 predicts that the next flagship will have an OLED screen. An analytical Apple fan confirms the credibility of the story with the open note to Press.
Take a look at the logo in the invite and focus on the colors. According to the smartphone sleuths, the tech giant used orange, light blue, ecru and dark blue colors. They claim that all the color options make an acronym for OLED (whereas, the actual acronym of OLED is Organized Light-Emitting Diode).
— not Jony Ive (@JonyIveParody) August 31, 2017
Made In USA
According to some internet sleuths, Apple confirms OLED display. On the other hand, some believe that the patriotic red, white and blue colors of the logo hint that the iPhone 8 will be the first made in USA product. This hint is consistent with the Trump’s effort to influence Apple for building its gadgets in the USA rather than the China. Trump also claimed to offer incentives for the company for doing so.
Rumors suggest that Apple is going to release three models of iPhone, the iPhone 7S, iPhone 7S Plus and the 10th anniversary edition iPhone 8. The unique iPhone 8 (or iPhone X) is the handset which is going to mark the 10th anniversary of iPhone series. The other two are customary “S” updates to the existing iPhone 7 and 7 Plus.
The appearance of three different colors and three different phones in the invite is not a coincidence at all. The Wall Street Journal tech columnist Joanna Stern quickly suggests that the red, white and blue colored logo is not demonstrating anything else, but three separate phones. Joanna took a closer look and spotted something even more significant. A somewhat blurry blend of colors reveals distinct shapes. According to fan theorists, three colors are the three phones overlapping each other.
If you look really closely, and hold your face to your screen like a Magic Eye, you can see three iPhones. pic.twitter.com/xx507Njg3i
— Joanna Stern (@JoannaStern) August 31, 2017
Despite having a strong idea of iPhone 8 and 7s series, the iPhone fans are continuously participating in the usual hysteria of attempts to decode the hidden messages in the invitation.
All the hidden messages discussed above are like a bit of stretch. But they have nothing on what people in general represent. First of all, a person is suggesting that the white in the logo means the credit card is paying for a new iPhone 8 which is expected to cost more than 1000 dollars.
Actually I see this pic.twitter.com/JeLm38Crw5
— Alberto Bagnoli (@BagnoliMD) August 31, 2017
Another wild guess suggests multiple things.
I see this… pic.twitter.com/bN1kM2Ol3f
— Tyler Schnabel (@tylerschnabel) August 31, 2017
And, the list goes on…
The new Apple event invite, decrypted. pic.twitter.com/G75XoELZKF
— Mike B aka Mike B (@akamikeb) August 31, 2017
— Alex H (@MetalHaze) August 31, 2017
— Mehedi Hassan (@mehedih_) August 31, 2017
Apple is in rumors for its cryptic event invitation. We are not 100% sure about what Apple unveils. Plus, our suggestions are probably based on looking at things a little too deep. So, don’t get excited because of our decoding skills. We have dissected the invitation to satisfy our cravings for more information about the event. You are welcome to continue the conversation in the comments below, if you think the invite has some other interesting hidden messages.