# A (not so) simple question!

The question is ...

CONNECT

Can you solve this one!? Hints will be provided after some time!

• I am sorry, what has to be connected? – L.K. Mar 26 '17 at 17:48
• Presumably apple+van+half and Watson. Or, more precisely, something similar but with the right interpretations of those pictures rather than the first ones that come into one's head :-). – Gareth McCaughan Mar 26 '17 at 20:23
• I'm confused by the fact the last symbol is not + but ~ – lol Mar 28 '17 at 13:06
• Has a correct answer been given? If so, please don't forget to $\color{green}{\checkmark \small\text{Accept}}$ it :) – Rubio Apr 3 '17 at 18:17

Gonna take a crack at it. Is it...

Apple mobile app almost a supercomputer.

Firstly,

The bitten apple logo representing apple.

Second image,

The van refering to mobile

The 1/2

And half could be half of one previous whole word. Take (about) half the letters away from apple and you get app

Final section,

The lower photo seems to be a photo of the ibm super computer Watson and the wavy symbol infront represents almost ** or **approximate.

Therefore,

I believe the image is making reference to a mobile app being, or has been released for apple giving access to computations using Watson. Article about it here.

The final message is either

Apple mobile app similar to watson

or

Apple mobile app almost a supercomputer

• How did you see ~ as "equivalent"? – lol Mar 28 '17 at 13:07
• @SIGSEGV Read the Wikipedia article on ~ – Spikatrix Mar 28 '17 at 15:09
• @SIGSEGV your right. The tilde ~ is supposed to mean approximate or almost. Only when the tilde is above an equal sign does it mean almost equal to. Updated my answer to reflect this. Thanks. – AstroMax Mar 28 '17 at 16:14

You want to

Connect your iPhone to IBM Watson.

First

The Apple logo stands for "Apple".

Second

The vehicle stands for "mobile".

Third

The division (divide) stands for "device".

Put those together

You get an Apple mobile device or an iPhone.

Last

You have the connect symbol with IBM Watson.

Lemme take a quick guess...

From Apple mobile app to IBM Watson

Mostly, It's like AstroMax's answer, but I thought the ~ sign should be interpreted as 'from a to b' format, like 'a~b' can be interpreted as 'from a to b'.