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Looking back at 10 years of Apple invitations

Yoni Heisler, @edibleapple
October 21, 2013
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For a company as secretive as Apple, fans of the company take a unique pleasure in scouring the web for as many details regarding upcoming product announcements as possible. Not surprisingly, this time-honored pastime includes a careful and lighthearted "analysis" of Apple's special media event invitations.

Not every Apple invitation has some riddle to be solved, but nonetheless, that won't stop the masses from putting their best guesses forward.

The Verge today took an interesting look back at Apple event invitations. From the original iPhone event invitation to a variety of iPod-centric invitations, and everything in between, the article provides us with a nice trip down memory lane.

Here are just a few to whet your appetite.

Below is the invitation that preceded the original iPad unveiling.

Looking back at 10 years of Apple invitations

Remember when Apple advertising consisted almost exclusively of dancing silhouettes? This invite went out before Apple introduced the third-gen iPod touch in 2009.

Looking back at 10 years of Apple invitations

Head on over to The Verge for the full run down. It's a nice trip down memory lane.

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