Sometimes it’s best to be careful what you bite into. David Duran of Albuquerque, New Mexico, thought he had purchased a simple Fuji apple until he went to bite into it and saw Jesus holding a baby lamb on the fruit.
Apple just sent out its invitation to journalists for a Sept. 10 media event at the company headquarters in Cupertino, Calif. Unlike most of the company’s invites, this one contains few clues to the event’s purpose. However, new iPhones, and the promised launch of iOS 7, are presumed to be the focus.
We’re here in San Francisco on the morning of Apple’s annual Worldwide Developers Conference. While the company has used the opening keynote to launch iPhones and MacBooks, it’s mostly a software showcase, as the name suggests. This year, the software reveal will trump any hardware announcements: iOS 7 — the next version of Apple’s mobile operating system — will bring a whole new experience to iPhone and iPad.