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Apple today sent out invites for an upcoming October 30th event set to be held in Brooklyn. Apple did something special for its invites this time around, and each one features unique artwork with a different Apple logo.

Apple also designed a new event page for the event, and each time you reload the page, you can see a new Apple logo that Apple created.

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It's not clear how many different Apple logos Apple designed for the event, but it appears to be at least several dozen. You can see a selection of approximately 10 of them by refreshing the event page, but not all of the artwork that showed up on the invites appears to be on the page.

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Apple's event, which will focus on the iPad Pro and its Mac lineup, is set to take place on Tuesday, October 30 in New York City at the Howard Gilman Opera House in Brooklyn. It is Apple's first NYC event in several years.

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Rather than starting at 10:00 a.m. Pacific Time, Apple's October event will kick off at 10:00 a.m. Eastern Time, or 7:00 a.m. Pacific Time because the event is taking place on the East Coast instead of the West Coast.

According to the event page, Apple will live stream its New York event. You will be able to watch through the Events app on the Apple TV or on Apple's website through the Events page.

Article Link: Apple Launches Special Event Page for October Event With Dynamic Set of Apple Logos
 

StellarVixen

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I’m calling it. Sign of a modular Mac. Apple never redesigns their logo.

Desktop Macs should be user upgrade-able, then they can be called "pro" machines. I like how they implemented this in the iMac Pro. Even the CPU is socketed, I am very surprised they went for that option. I hope all desktop Macs follow the similar route in the future.
 
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Appleaker

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One for each product at the event, but it seems like a waste of possible future designs. It shows how Apple can't decide on one thing anymore, although I'm sure it's to highlight the range of possibilities from the new iPads and Macs.
 
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pat500000

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Eastcoast, huh? They probably want to avoid getting lynched by yhe mons when they decide to present it 1.5 hours of keynote.
 
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something something

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The logos are all heavily art focused and gorgeous! Given that Adobe recently announced that they're bringing Photoshop (and Project Gemini) to the iPad, this might be Apple's not-so-subtle way to indicate that we're finally getting the new iPad Pros.

Hopefully that new apple pencil rumor is true too!
 
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