I posted this on an old thread but the more I think about it the more convinced I am. I checked the source code for the page on Omise's website announcing Face Pay and found this:
<link rel="apple-touch-icon" type="image/png" href="https://assets.omise.co/assets/apple-touch-icon-b56ee01e74e3bc2fdb7cc8483bd0edc838b3c8d627ad8f43e524483b3cd8821c.png" sizes="180x180" />
The image, as you can see, is the Omise logo, but it is titled 'Apple-touch-icon'. Seems very curious to me. No other image asset on other pages has a title like this.
So why is their logo being referred to as that, instead of, 'Logo-icon'? It also hasn't always been their logo as you can see here: https://s3-ap-southeast-1.amazonaws.com/mymagic-startupdb/uploads/Startup/original/ilogos.3652.jpg
So... when/why did they change their logo, to something that looks like an Apple button, and be referring to it as an Apple Touch Icon, especially with regard to a technology that would segue perfectly with rumoured tech inside the next iPhone? And referring to the news coming in September, same month as Apple always launch their new phones.
That's my conspiracy theory bullshit for the day. But there's something up.