Apple has hidden a curious surprise in the newly introduced 15-inch MacBook Air. It will be part of the new version of the operating system.
Apple hides an optical illusion in his new wallpaper of the 15-inch MacBook Air. To the naked eye, the tapestry shows typical Apple abstract shapes but, from a distance, the shapes actually spell the word “AIR“. The discovery has excited the fans of the brand, who are enjoying this peculiar surprise.
The new 15-inch MacBook Air was one of the standout announcements at Apple’s recent Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC). Although it shares many similarities with the 13-inch model released last year, it has a larger screen and comes with new wallpapers. It is in one of these funds where the optical illusion.
As reported by Creative Bloq, a Reddit user shared his discovery online, showing how abstract shapes form a fan-shaped design which, viewed from a distance, clearly spells the word “AIR”. Try zooming out of this image, or reducing its size:
Other users have confirmed the finding and expressed their astonishment.. One of them commented: “Oh my! For those who can’t see it, look at the blue wallpaper from afar.”
The optical illusion has become an additional attraction for Apple fans.
They are part of the next version of Apple’s operating system
These new wallpapers are part of macOS Sonoma, the next version of Apple’s operating system. Interested users can now test the beta version.
The inclusion of this optical illusion in the wallpaper demonstrates once again theApple’s attention to detail and creativityas well as its ability to surprise users with small details.
A curiosity that demonstrates the extent to which Apple cares for its products. And the MacBook Air de 2023 is not an exception.
It has captured the attention of lovers of optical illusions and design.