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Apple Shares Over 30 Artistic Logos for Their Upcoming Event

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A month after its annual iPhone keynote, Apple today has confirmed an upcoming October 30 event that is scheduled to be held in Brooklyn.

The Cupertino tech giant did something special for invites regarding the event, as each one features unique artwork with a different rendition of the Apple logo. Additionally, on the event page, you can view the new Apple logos that the company created every time you reload the webpage.

It’s not clear how many different Apple logos Apple designed for the event, but The Verge has compiled most of the logos, featuring more than 30 variations of the iconic apple. Check them out here.

Furthermore, it’s suggested that this forthcoming event will focus on new iPad Pros with Face ID featuring thinner bezels and its Mac lineup. This will be Apple’s first NYC event in several years, and it will take place at the Howard Gilman Opera House in Brooklyn on Tuesday, October 30, beginning 10 a.m. EST. Apple will also live stream the presentation.

In related news, Apple’s original TV content could be coming to your iPhone and iPad for free.

Renz Ofiaza is a Staff Writer at Highsnobiety and based in Brooklyn.

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Casey Neistat Tests & Critiques Elon Musk’s Flamethrower “Joke”

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Popular YouTube personality and filmmaker Casey Neistat tested out Elon Musk’s Boring Company flamethrowers for his latest review, after selling out of 20,000 units totalling $10 million in presales earlier this year.

In the nine-minute clip above, Casey Neistat provides an unboxing of the infamous device, revealing its contents, instructions and how to use the flamethrower, before expressing, “So basically you just paid $500 dollars for what is effectively a $30-$40 dollar roofing torch with a bunch of plastic on it.”

Elon Musk even admitted himself that the creation of the flamethrower was not well thought out, and just an “off the cuff thing” during his wild The Joe Rogan Experience interview in September. Additionally, Musk admits that the flamethrower was a terrible idea. You can visit that lengthy podcast in the video below.