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Apple's inviting us to a green iPhone (poll results)

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Apple's inviting us to a green iPhone (poll results)
Apple has always been enigmatic with its event invitations, slipping a hint here and there about what awaits us during the unveiling, and the newest "by innovation only" event invitation is no exception. 

We asked you what do the colorful Apple slices hint at, and, sure enough, the largest share of our respondents picked new iPhone 11 colors as the most probable option. Given that the iPhone XR currently doesn't offer a green or purple hue for its body, and the rumor that matte green is in order, this is an entirely plausible answer, too. 

Next in line is "gradient" color version of the new iPhones that isn't restricted only to the entry level iPhone 11 which you can see rendered by Hasan Kaymak in the header image above. 

What do you think Apple's iPhone 11 event invitation means?

Hints about a new gradient 'rainbow' Apple logo
10.74%
The new iPhone 11 colors
45.68%
New MacBooks, throwback to the iMac G3 'fruit' colors
6.11%
Gradient color option for the new iPhones
22.95%
Other
14.53%
 

This time around, Apple opted for a fruit made of colorful transparent layers, and the "By innovation only" wordplay. This is why we wanted to ask you what Da Vinci code has Apple hidden in the invitation teaser this time around that reveals more about the iPhone 11 before it is released.

Could the it be the mentioned new apple logo that will include gradient 'rainbow' coloring and which will allegedly indicate where to put your AirPods for the reverse wireless charging option that the new iPhones will allegedly offer?

Or are those the rumored new jolly colors of the cheapo iPhone 11? Alternatively, this is the precise "fruity" color palette of the famous transparent iMac G3 as you can see below, so a resurrection and a throwback for the modern time with new MacBook colors could be warranted.



Let's not forget that there is still a chance for Apple to decide to catch up to the Huaweis and Samsungs of this world by introducing a gradient finish on one of its new iPhones that may chameleonize its hue depending on how the angle of light reflected off of its glass housing. All will be revealed come next Tuesday, and we will be relaying all the festivities to you in due course.

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