Apple has changed their homepage’s look to commemorate the US Women’s team winning the World Cup championship. If you’re in the United States, visiting Apple.com will reveal a Memoji-themed tribute near the top page.
The graphic combines iMessage effects and the company’s Memoji feature, replete with soccer balls and falling confetti.
The US women’s national soccer team achieved an impressive feat by winning the World Cup championship twice in two years and four in total. Today, US beat the Netherlands 2-0 in a decisive battle.
As mentioned by CBS Sports, Jill Ellis became the first manager in history to win the World Cup twice. Stars Rose Lavelle and Megan Rapinoe were the ones who scored goals in the 2nd half. The Dutch team didn’t have much in terms of scoring, and at the end of the day the American team just wanted the trophy more.
Apple hoisting celebratory banners on their website is nothing new. Last month, they put up a tribute to the Toronto Raptors when the team won the NBA championship this year.