Hey Siri, give me a hint. Apple just invited journalists to its annual September press event. It’s happening on September 9th at 10am. But the best part of this invite is the attention to detail and Apple’s Easter eggs.
The invite starts with a simple sentence — “hey Siri, give us a hint.” And Apple programmed many, many different hints. None of them are actually useful. But it’s pretty funny to see that Apple takes its marketing copy very seriously.[gallery ids="1201567,1201566,1201568,1201569,1201570,1201571,1201572,1201573"]
On the iPhone front, many leaks indicate that we will get an iPhone 6s with a better camera sensor, a better processor, a sturdier shell to avoid “bendgate” complaints and Force Touch.
The Apple TV hasn’t been updated since 2012. It’s time for an upgrade. The new device should pack a better processor in a slimmer design with more internal storage. Apple may also announce a new App Store for the TV, putting its media device on par with competitors such as the Fire TV and Nexus Player. But it looks like Apple’s own TV subscription service won’t be ready for September.
Here’s the invite: