Apple’s launch events are unlike any other launch events. There is an air of class and sophistication filled in the room and you have some of the most amazing brains in the tech industry on stage talking about products that usually become matrix for measuring success in the shelf life of their existence. Several keynotes, like the most recent iOS 8 one, iPhone 4 one and even the original iPhone launch were probably the best examples of product keynotes done right. And Apple is set to take the stage once again on September 9th, in what we will presume is the launch event for iPhone 6 and an iWatch.
There were speculations and well informed sources such as Re/Code had already speculated that the next Apple event would be on the 9th of September and that was proved correct after Apple handed out the invitations yesterday to the cream of media for the launch. The event is set to take place at Flint Center for the Performing Arts in Cupertino, which happens to be the exact place where the Mac was first announced by Steve Jobs. We wonder if there is a connection there especially given the muted idea that the iWatch is on the way.
The invite in itself does not reveal much, its a plain white background with partial Apple logo visible with lettering, ‘Wish we could say more’ on it. We are not sure, how to interpret that, and it would be futile second guessing Apple right now too. So, might as well wait and watch, what is in store for all of us.