Just as Apple did with its previous event invites, the invite for the "Spring Loaded" event is available as an AR object on Apple's event website.
The logo loops back and forth through the animation and can be viewed in 360-degrees in augmented reality. Apple introduced the ability for their devices to interact with USDZ files in iOS 12.
Apple event invites are often a red herring, as the designer making the invite knows nothing about the event or what it will entail. The company is expected to announce the long-expected "AirTags," the next iPad Pros, and possibly the "Apple TV 6." The all-digital Apple event will be held April 20 at 10 a.m. Pacific.
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