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Jony Ive’s latest product is the Apple Stage, a giant rainbow under which Lady Gaga is about to play

[2019-05-17 21:32:32]

According to MacRumors, Cult of Mac and a variety of social media reports, Apple employees are having a unique day at Apple’s spaceship campus — one filled with rainbows. Last week, drone videographer Duncan Sinfield discovered that Apple had erected a gigantic new rainbow stage at the heart of its Apple Park campus, and this morning Apple employees learned what it meant: a huge celebration that may culminate in a private performance from Lady Gaga herself. There was rainbow swag: View this post on Instagram Swag in the morning, food truck rally for dinner, then a laser show and concert of GArGAntuan levels once the sun goes down. Man, my life is amazing. #toddincali A post shared by Todd Burlingham...

Jony Ive’s latest product is the Apple Stage, a giant rainbow under which Lady Gaga is about to play


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