Tuesday, August 9, 2022

5 iPhone Easter Eggs You’ll Want To Find Immediately

Apple is known for slick packaging and creating an interface that’s smooth and easy to use. One of Apple’s biggest achievements has been to redefine the way in which we view and interact with phones, to change the way in which people listen to music, to pave the way for apps, and so many more accomplishments.

One of the coolest things about Apple is the company’s attention to detail, which they demonstrate with their awesome and hard to spot Easter eggs.

Here are 5 of our favorites:

Steve Jobs’ Glasses


When you want to add something to your reading list while you’re browsing the web in Safari, you have to click on the eye glasses icon. According to Mashable, these glasses are a tribute to Apple co-founder Steve Jobs, who wore his iconic glasses in every major event he was a part of.

Apple Maps Mark The Apple Campus

The Apple Maps icon is not highlighting a random spot off the street, it’s showing you the address of Apple’s main headquarters, Apple Park, in Cupertino, CA.

Voice Memo Icon Is The Word Apple

The voice memo icon is really the image you get when you record the word “Apple” on the app. You can try it for yourself and see if it works.

The Clock App Logo Is Really A Clock

While you might think that the clock app image of a clock is simply a stock image, it’s actually a working clock that points out minutes and hours. If you don’t trust us then stare at the image for a minute without blinking. You’ll be crying, but you’ll see it tick.

Book Emoji Text

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Apple’s book emoji doesn’t contain squiggly text. When you look closer, the icon contains the quote “Here’s to the crazy ones,” by Rob Siltanen, which was made famous by Steve Jobs during Apple’s “Think Different” campaign.



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