Apple is taking Privacy on iPhones very seriously and shows its importance in the new advertisement. The ad focuses on the everyday life and instances where humans are the most concerned about compromising their privacy, eventually comparing it to an iPhone and the commercial ends with the words “Privacy. That’s iPhone.” Read More
Apple from has started airing a new iPhone 5S TV Ad called “Parenthood“. The Ad focuses on different iPhone 5S features, Apps and products that are of use by parents for various day to day activities like baby monitoring, finding a lost dog, learning, turning off lights, recording health data and more. The features of the device that are focused in the ad are FaceTime, Flashlight, and Camera. Read More
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Apple has just released a brand new TV ad for the iPhone 5S and it completely promotes the gold version which has been a top seller compared to the other colors. The gold color and the Touch ID sensor are the two things Apple is pushing with this new iPhone 5S TV ad.
Apple has released a new ad that revolves around the theme – “Every day, more people connect face to face on the iPhone than any other phone.” It has been embedded above for your viewing pleasure.
Apple’s really proud to be an American company and has released two new ads promoting their signature – “Designed by Apple in California.” The above one is dubbed “Intention” and through the use of simple phrases, it clearly captures someone’s attention towards the level of design attention Apple pays to its products. Only when every detail is perfect, does a product hold the signature – “Designed by Apple in California.” Read More
Apple has a new TV Ad dubbed “Music Every Day”. The message of the ad – “Every day, more people listen to music on their iPhone, than any other phone”. Subtle. Read More
Apple has just launched two new incredible iPhone 5 ads dubbed “brilliant” and “discover”. Both ads have the tagline – “With an iPhone, there’s an app for that. And that. And that.”. Read More
Amazon, the world’s largest online retailer has just launched an ad for the Amazon Kindle HD that compares the iPad’s gorgeous retina display to the HD screen of the Amazon Kindle HD. The ad clearly mentions that both devices have HD quality screens and that you won’t be able to spot the difference in screen quality, but when it comes to pricing, Amazon only charges $299 while the iPad is priced at $499. Read More