Apple Event (September 14 ) Features Augmented Reality on iPhone
Apple is hosting its next hardware event on September 14th at 10 am PT / 1 pm ET. Apple has included in the launch a clever augmented reality (AR) Easter Egg related to the announcement.
If you visit Apple’s official event page on an iPad or an iPhone, you’ll get access to a pretty cool augmented reality page when you click on the ‘Apple’ icon. Make sure you open the page with Safari because the AR Easter Egg won’t work in other iOS browsers like Edge, Chrome, and more.
The graphic Apple is using for the event reflects the shining outline of the Apple logo seen in the event invite. I tested it out on my lovely sleeping puppy (Koda) and it worked perfectly! She is dreaming of a beautiful Apple!
Back to the article... Apple often creates graphical experiences for its events, with AR being at the center of recent efforts. In the past, it also had an October iPad event where it created dozens of different Apple logos, and people often analyze event art designs to decipher possible signs of what to expect when it comes to product announcements.
It’s likely the stream will give us our first glimpse of the iPhone 13 series, the Apple Watch Series 7, new AirPods, a refreshed iPad/iPad mini, and possibly the new 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro.
Exciting times in here at Gamer-Z-Paradise and the tech industry!!