Apple has been hiding augmented reality (AR) Easter eggs on the Apple Event page for its upcoming events for the past few years, and this year is no different.
With its next event scheduled for September 7, 2022, the company has left an AR Easter egg on the special event announcement page. If you visit the official Apple event page on an iPad or iPhone, you can view the AR surprise by clicking the Apple icon.
To simplify access, a developer has created a dedicated website which also allows you to view AR Easter eggs from all previous Apple Event pages.
The AR files are still on Apple’s servers, but the developer has archived them in case Apple deletes them.
“To launch the WWDC22 AR Easter Egg, click on the event banner to randomly get 1 of 26 different map packs. You will need to reload this page to get another random pack. You will then need to click on the preview to actually kick off the AR easter egg.
Click here to review all of Apple’s AR Easter Eggs and let us know what you think in the comments section below.
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