Over the weekend, Apple pushed out a new pair of TV commercials for the iPhone, both aimed at captivating potential customers with “gee whiz” technology features built right into the iconic handset -- AirPlay and FaceTime.
Remember not so long ago when Apple’s television commercials focused on actual people to sell their products, rather than letting the products pretty much sell themselves? Now you can revisit those glorious Mac vs. PC days with a collection of all 66 commercials in one place.
As if the iPad 2 needs any more of a boost in sales since many people still can’t get their hands on one, Apple has released a new television spot, “If You Asked,” highlighting all of the wonderful ways people might describe their favorite tablet.
Over the weekend, Apple released their first television commercial for the new iPad 2, likely to the frustration of the many who continue to find their store shelves bare of the refreshed tablet -- but it’s a cool commercial, just the same.
Apple is continuing to pimp the iPhone 4, even in the wake of last Friday’s wildly successful iPad 2 launch, with three new television commercials that just hit YouTube. The theme of the new spots? “If you don’t have an iPhone… well, you don’t have an iPhone.”
Verizon is taking no prisoners with their second commercial for the iPhone 4 -- in addition to actually showing the handset this time, they’ve pulled out the big guns with the “Can you hear me now?” guy.
If you thought that Verizon was just going to prop the iPad up with their other offerings and leave it at that, think again -- the telco has just released their first commercial touting the magic combo of the iPad with MiFi.
Apple is rightfully proud of their Retina Display technology first introduced in the iPhone 4 and now carried across to the iPod touch, and they’ve chosen their latest television commercial to tout the feature.
Sure, we all know a new iPhone is coming, and based on recent leaks it seems fairly certain that some kind of video chat will be included. But a television commercial for the unannounced device, directed by Sam Mendes? That’s new.