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 fanboys and fangirls have been busy doing god’s work decoding the invite. The theories range from the sober and the silly (does the dark background hint at dark mode?) to the absolutely absurd (“See” means iPhone will get retina scanning).
We’ve rounded up some of the best interpretations of the iPhone 7 invite.
Dual-lens camera: confirmed
— Federico Viticci (@viticci) August 29, 2016
Goodbye, headphone jack
If you play the Apple iPhone event invite backwards at 78 speed… pic.twitter.com/Oj3jQgZgU7
— M.G. Siegler (@mgsiegler) August 29, 2016
‘See’ has something to do with cameras
Yes, the bubbles do seem to suggest something "camera" related.
iPhone 7 Plus camera differentiation.
— Neil Cybart (@neilcybart) August 29, 2016
@JonyIveParody Mr. Ive, what do you say to the analysts comments that the press invite graphics are proof that Apple has lost its focus?
— Marcus Mendes (@mvcmendes) August 29, 2016
What’s your theory about iPhone 7 invite?
Did you see something we didn’t notice? Let us know in the comments and we might add your wild theory to the list.