To drive the point home, Apple has released a commercial about a life of a young student and her iPad Pro with LTE connectivity. With the iPad Pro and iOS 11, Apple believes a post-PC world is closer than you think.
Yes, your eyes do not deceive you. Probably the most charismatic action superstar on Earth right now teamed up with that virtual assistant you have on your smartphone to make a kick-ass video that is as awesome as you think it is.
This is what happens when The Rock meets Siri.
Apple has the ability to make some seriously good advertisements. One of their more successful campaigns has been the “Shot on iPhone” series where they print billboard sized images that were captured on an iPhone.
Recently, they extended the Shot on iPhone series by selecting the best videos shot on an iPhone from millions of users around the world. And one of them was shot by a Malaysian right here in our backyard.
Check the video out after the break!
Apple is many things. One of the world’s most valuable companies, the pioneer of the smartphone as we know and love today, as well as a company who dares to try some truly interesting things with their devices (removing the CD drive on computers, and potentially the headphone jack on the next iPhone).
Now, I’ve been called many things in the past, “Apple basher” being one of them, and much of that is because I don’t agree with many of the things the Cupertino company does. But, there has always been one thing I like that Apple gets so right — their ads.
With many new tablets coming up, there’s nothing comes close to this type of ads.
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Apple has released another commercial entitled “Now” which shows how we do things differently right now with the iPad 2. From reading papers, books, watching movie and communicate.
It is no stranger now that Apple is focusing the features of the iPad from the usability stand point instead of specifications. Most will agree that Android tablets win all points when it comes to hardware but it is iPad’s extensive library of tablet apps that makes it more appealing for the general public.
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Apple has released another commercial for the iPad 2 titled “If you asked”. Just like its previous “We Believe” commercial, the ad focuses on the experience and usability rather than shouting on tech specs.
Apple has released a new iPad 2 video entitled “We Believe”. Basically it portrays that technology is simply not enough and it focuses on the tangible features and benefits of the iPad 2 in more touching way.
As other upcoming tablets are shouting better screen, faster processors and superior specs, it is no wonder that Apple decides to go with this direction. It is just simply easy to use, even a kid or grandma can pick up easily.
Watch the video after the break.