Henry McCracken in Technologizer explores Apple’s invitations to events through the years, from iPod to iTunes Store to Mac to iTablet (warning: shameful use of multiple pages with multiple ads; 14 in all).
The week before the company holds one of its product launches, it issues invitations. With an Apple event that supposedly involves a tablet computer a bit over a week away, it’s instructive to review past invites and how the world reacted to them.
For example, the newest invitation features the Apple logo fronting a bunch of colorful paint splashes—some were outside the lines of the invitation. Does that mean Apple is thinking outside the box?