Apple rumored to send special event invitations on Tuesday

“If rumors come true, expect Apple to send out invitations tomorrow for a Special Event to take place on Tuesday, February 24th,” E. Werner Reschke reports for T-GAAP.

“Recently Apple has given short notice between announcements for Special Events and the actual event itself,” Reschke reports. “While seven day is cutting it close, the reasons make sense.”

“First, this Special Event would coincide with what would have been Steve Jobs’ 60th birthday.,” Reschke reports. “Second, we needed to get beyond the long-holiday Valentine’s Day/President’s Day weekend in the U.S. Any invitation sent out before then would have had less impact. ”

Read more in the full article here.

MacDailyNews Note: Today is Washington’s Birthday in the U.S.A., a federal holiday and, as such, the U.S. markets are closed for the day. We will resume our normal posting schedule tomorrow.

Washington’s Farewell Address, September 19, 1796


  1. Awesome! I always put “Nerd Holiday” on my calendar to hold these afternoons open. Turns out I always get sick on those days around lunchtime and have to call it an early day… go figure!

    (A thought on the car: what if—don’t laugh—it’s a flying car. Okay crazy. Fine. But I’m thinking about a medium-weight vehicle modeled on all the drones out there. You know, a fan on each corner. What if the body was insanely light (liquidmetal & graphene) and was built to coast at 5 or 10 feet? It could be electric and even have four basic wheels for landing, taxiing and such. Too crazy? Sure would be great to not need asphalt roads, or road paint, or snow removal. Imagine all those roads turned into grass and flowers. After all, Apple’s modus operandi is “leapfrog.” Just a thought!)

    1. And I thought cool aid was just a joke, as if Apple producing a car wasn’t difficult enough to take. I think Apple’s philosophy is to use less fuel and resourses not more just to do relatively the same job. They will leave flying cars to Google BS department at least until we invent anti gravity.

Reader Feedback

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.