Cupertino’s latest Apple Store location is coming to tony Brompton Road, London, on July 28. To go along with that opening Apple just put out a flowery new wallpaper with some hidden imagery to help pique your interest.
Among the exotic flora in the image above, can you spot an Apple Pencil, an iPhone and Siri remote? That’s not everything lurking there, but it’s a start.
Spot the gadgets blooming among wildflowers in Apple’s new wallpaper for Brompton Road, London, store opening
“Our newest store on London’s iconic Brompton Road, a moment away from Hyde Park, is almost ready to explore,” reads Apple’s page for the store opening. “It’s a place where your boldest ideas can bloom, and we’re here to help them grow.”
On that page, you can see the floral theme grows across the wallpaper Apple provides for different devices.
For iPhone and iPad, flowers form a simple Apple logo made of flowers and Apple products and logos, including a butterfly formed from iCloud logos and an Apple Pencil. The wallpaper for Mac (pictured above) features an entire bed of plants and flowers.
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Apple’s new retail location opens July 28 at Brompton Road, an upscale part of London. It runs from Knightsbridge to Fulham Road and is home to the likes of department stores Harrods and Harvey Nichols.
The wallpapers’ botanical theme appears to refer to Hyde Park, located nearby the new store, as Apple mentioned. The neighborhood itself is a busy city location. So unless Apple makes a natural wonder of the store itelf — we’ll see on July 28 — the park may be the nearest source of greenery.
In the meantime, get your nature fix with the clownfish in iOS 16 beta 3.
Apple also plans a lineup of art, music, fitness and wellbeing Today at Apple sessions, plus an Apple Music playlist, for the Brompton Road opening.