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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by borgqueenx, Sep 3, 2013.
yes or no?
Most people think so. I'm excited, love trying to find the hidden meanings (sometimes more hidden than others) in the Apple invites.
I sure hope so. I'm bored to death at work and have spent the morning hitting refresh on MR every 5 minutes waiting to see a pic of the invitation.
Going to be COLORFUL, with some GOLD, and a finger print.
Well I would stop refreshing for a of couple hours because Apple always runs on PST and usually won't do anything until after 8am PST at the earliest.
BGR is running this:
BREAKING - Here come Apples new iPhones: Invitations sent for September 10th iPhone 5S, iPhone 5C event
Until they (or another outlet) posts this with a picture of the invite, I don't believe it.
they also say the event is next thursday? typo?
Not sure how this works. Did they actually send them out say Saturday via US POST OFFICE or are these e-mail invitations they send out today?
what were the times of invitations last year?
The story The Verge posted shows up on Google still if you search "Apple Invitations". It 404's if you click it.
How do you mistakenly publish a story that hasn't happened yet?
Is this the first hint at the future being something like Minority Report?
If the 10th speculation holds true, invites should go out today or tomorrow.
There's a bunch of mobile stuff being shown off tomorrow, so Apple might drop the invites then to steal some press.
More like a set up.
9:02pst is the time the loop posted about their invitation.
so basically the moment of truth in an hour or so.
As much sense it would make to announce the event tomorrow and steal the thunder from some other companies, has Apple ever announced an event without at least a weeks prior warning? Not that I can remember anyway.
By writing the story in advance and accidentally hitting publish on it.