Decoding Apple’s blurry iPhone 7 invite


What do you see in Apple's invite?
What do you see in Apple's invite?
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Apple is finally set to unveil something new on September 7. While the company hasn’t said what it will be, it’s pretty much certain a new iPhone or two will make an appearance at the invite-only San Francisco event.

The Apple rumor mill has been churning out juicy details about the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus for months and, if you stare at the blurry lights on Apple’s invite, you just might pick up a few more clues about what to expect during next month’s keynote.

Apple takes over Bill Graham Auditorium ahead of WWDC


Apple has taken over the Bill Graham Auditorium.
WWDC is nearly here.
Photo: Milo Kahney/Cult of Mac

There are only a few days left before Apple unveils its biggest software updates of the year during its WWDC 2016 keynote, and the final preparations are underway.

Apple’s iconic logo was just placed on the side of the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco where Tim Cook and company are expected to announce some huge features coming to iOS, Mac, Apple Watch, Apple TV, and more.

Cult of Mac got an early look at Apple’s decorations for the event which construction crews are still working on.

Check it out:

Watch Apple’s iPhone SE keynote in just 90 seconds


A size for every hand.
Our 90 second video is even faster than the new SE.
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Apple’s iPhone SE keynote was one of the company’s shortest events ever. Apple struggled to cram enough interesting stuff to keep us awake during the 64-minute snoozefest that was just as much about recycling, renewable energy and protecting Chinese yaks as it was about the new 4-inch iPhone, a smaller iPad Pro and nylon Apple Watch bands.

We’ve boiled the event down to just the highlights so you can watch the entire keynote in a mere 90 seconds.