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Horror clip reveals 5 secrets about captured iPhone that you didn’t know existed

APPLE can go big on the iPhone but they also love a little flair.

Everyday apps and features are filled with hidden nods to the tech giant’s history and brand that many don’t realize are there.

It's not just any glasses

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It’s not just any glassesCredit: @mrwhosetheboss

The tech giant also goes into the details, like TikToker Arun Maini revealed.

For example, have you noticed that the clock app icon on your iPhone doesn’t stay still? It really shows real time.

But the subtle hints about the company’s past are most surprising.

If you look closely at the open book emoji on iOS, you’ll notice something written inside for you to read.

The text is from Apple’s ‘Think Different’ marketing campaign.

The icon for the Apple Maps app is also a bit suggestive.

A ring-shaped figure seen in the picture is the headquarters of Apple’s spaceship, Apple Park.

And whenever you see a pair of glasses on iOS, if you think they look familiar, you’re not mistaken.

They actually pay tribute to the late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs, who wore glasses that looked like this.

Finally, the voice memo app – it seems that the waveform you see on the icon is more than just a random illustration.

That’s really the wave you’d get if you said ‘Apple’.

Now you know, you’ll never look at these features every day the same way again.

And who knows what other secret nods are hidden on the iPhone?

A nod to Apple's spaceship campus

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A nod to Apple’s spaceship campusCredit: @mrwhosetheboss

In other news, Simplest emoji combination has been revealed.

Tinder revived the classic experience ‘blind day’ with a virtual twist.

And TikTok announced new rulebans users from giving dead or transgender names to others.


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