Confirmed: Apple’s Sept. 7 iPhone event is official





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It’s always fun to parse Apple’s event invites for clues.
The latest invite – for a hybrid recorded/live event on Sept. 7 – has the tagline “far out” and a celestial theme.
Does it imply the iPhone 14 will get a periscopic zoom lens, which has been rumored?
Nah, that’s most likely for the iPhone 15, due next year.
Perhaps it indicates satellite communications coming to iPhone, also long-rumored?
That seems unlikely, too.
Maybe it portends that the iPhone 14 Pro will be a total black hole for your money. (Completely plausible, as we expect price hikes for the high-end models.)
Still, my best guess is that “far out” is hippie-speak for something fantastic, which is totally in line with Apple’s California counterculture roots.
Tim Cook will dress up as a ‘60s pothead with a long wig and bell-bottoms and say “far out” every time a new product or feature is announced.
Now that’d be far out.
– Leander Kahney, EIC.

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