And that’s because for several editions now, there can’t be a Steve Jobs keynote without bingo. This time, the cardboard is inspired by the mythical Apple cover published by Wired in 1997 and which was revived recently, only that instead of putting ‘Pray’ it puts ‘Pay’, in a play on words that symbolizes the iPhone boom that we can experience in a short time .
You can download the Ars Technica poster in this link in PDF format and download the bingo card from this other link, also in PDF format.
In addition, there are some rules to follow, such as that we cannot mark anything if it has not been said exclusively within Steve Jobs’ Keynote, and each product comes with its detailed description to avoid confusion. Personally, I would love to sing bingo , but that would mean a keynote of several hours, which is impossible.
Furthermore, for those who prefer a bingo in our language, Frikeando has also produced a special card for this year’s WWDC (thanks for the warning, Mich !), so those who want to have some fun while the keynote lasts, have no excuse anymore.