Apple has sent out invitations to its upcoming event called “Scary Fast”, which will take place on October 31st. The event is expected to feature the new iMac with a 24-inch display and the new MacBook Pro with Apple Silicon processors. However, the event also comes with a terrifying twist: the attendees will have to face their worst fears.
According to a statement from Apple, the event will be held at a haunted mansion in Cupertino, where the guests will have to go through a series of spooky challenges and tests before they can see the new products. The statement also warns that the event is not for the faint of heart and that some of the challenges may involve blood, gore, spiders, clowns, zombies and ghosts.
“We are excited to invite you to our ‘Scary Fast’ event, where you will witness the incredible performance and speed of our new iMac and MacBook Pro. But before you can enjoy these amazing devices, you will have to face your deepest and darkest fears. We have prepared a haunted mansion full of horrors and surprises for you. Are you brave enough to enter? If you are, please RSVP by October 29th and bring a change of clothes. You will need it”, – the statement reads.
The invitation also includes a QR code that leads to a website where the guests can fill out a questionnaire about their personal information, preferences and phobias. The website claims that this is to customize the experience for each guest and make it more fun and memorable. However, some experts suspect that this is actually a way for Apple to collect more data about its customers and use it for marketing purposes.
The event has sparked mixed reactions from the public. Some people are excited and curious about the event and the new products, while others are scared and skeptical about the event and its motives.