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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by macuser154, Apr 12, 2009.
How come in all the iPhone and iPod Touch adverts or posters, the time is 9:42?
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It was the time (roughly) when Steve Jobs unveiled the iPhone at Macworld 2007.
Ahh, ok. Cheers.
but mainly for consistency in images.
You'll also notice that in many Mac images, the time is often the same.
10:50 AM is a popular one.
Yeah! I've always wondered the same thing.... and in all the pictures and demos the calendar displays "Tuesday: 9", is that also the day Jobs announced the iphone?
The time on the Mac boxes is the version of OS X that it came with.
10:40 = 10.4
10:43 = 10.4.3
10:50 = 10.5
Yep he announced the original iPhone on Tuesday January 9th, 2007. And I think he showed off the iPhone 3G on June 9th, 2008. However I think that keynote might've been actually on a Monday?
No, not at all. 9:43 was used for advertisements long before the iPhone...
WWDC keynotes are always on Mondays; it's just a random date.
What is it going to say for 10.6?
11:00 is for OS XI?
Military time. 06:00
its just a number. what do you propose, not having a time displayed at all and hence not having anyone wonder why they picked the time they did? lol
Very intertesting, never noticed that.
is this a joke?
Analogue watches always show 10 past 10, because it makes the watch look nice. I guess someone reached the same opinion about 9:42 in digits.