Following Samuel L Jackson’s Siri advertisement, we have yet another unreleased iPhone 4S Siri commercial, this time starring Zooey Deschanel in the lead. We’re still waiting for an official word from Apple and YouTube but we got a feeling there might be more in store.
Samuel L Jackson has starred in yet another Siri commercial, complete with Apple logos and what-not, though the ad has not hit the Apple or Verizon channels yet. But you can still watch it (above), and also once again check out Samuel’s previous stint where plays Siri himself (below):
Apple has begun airing a new TV commercial centering its iCloud cloud storage service, showing how easy it is to enable iCloud and sync your stuff between Macs, PCs, iPads, iPhones, and iPod touches. The ad sees not a single word spoken, yet everything beautifully explained, including different iCloud services such as Photo Stream, Automatic Downloads for songs, iBooks, apps, and wireless calendar syncing. You can watch the video below:
Samsung’s ploy of promoting its products at the expense of arch-rivals Apple continued today with the release of their latest TV commercial titled “Samsunged” which revolves around the iPhone’s lack of in-built turn-by-turn navigation system. The commercial, beginning in familiar Samsung style by mocking people waiting in line to get an iPhone who are then visited by a Galaxy S II-totting friend, shows those waiting in line to get an iPhone completely are envious of the S II’s turn-by-turn navigation capabilities, something which the iPhone users don’t enjoy. When asked by a girl waiting in the line how much he had paid for the navigation app, the Android person responded: “I didn’t, Galaxy S II just has it – it just comes with it.” To that, one of the Apple fans remarked angrily: “Ooooh, we just got Samsunged!”
The commercial also goes on to criticize the iPhone 4S’ same design from last year, as well as the battery issues surrounding Apple’s iDevice. Take a look at the commercial yourself:
With Super Bowl fast approaching, we can only imagine this is just the beginning of the banter.
Leading game maker EA has released a new FIFA 12 TV commercial and is hoping to convince you to get the game this Christmas, if you haven’t already. Starring in the ad are Wayne Rooney, Gerard Pique, Ricardo Izecson Dos Santos Leite (a.k.a Kaka) and others.
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Apple has released a new iPad 2 commercial titled Love which has now gone on air. In the ad, Apple demonstrates how the device is used by people in their day-to-day activities, such as editing videos through iMovie, mixing and editing music, designing, etc. In short, the holidays are coming and Apple wants to prove to you why buying the iPad 2 will be a wise call, fending off competition from cheaper alternatives like Amazon’s Nook and Fire, and the various Android tablets out there. Love.
Just a couple of days after Verizon’s AT&T-mocking iPhone 4S advert, Sprint has released one of their own, titled Unlimited iPhone. The video (below) is just another tactical move in the ongoing three-way war between Verizon, AT&T and Sprint — all of whom are trying to attract as many customers as they can with each claiming to provide lower rates and better call quality with less downtime.
Forgot their rivalry? Verizon wants to remind you that the bitterness between them and AT&T is still there with a nicely executed iPhone 4S advertisement, mocking AT&T and its iCoverage with the help of a sinking boat.
Oh my, that sinking feeling!
Conan O’Brien has his own take everything Apple. Even Siri. Lets see what he turned the original into now:
The first Apple iPhone 4S TV commercial has gone on air. The advert concentrates on Siri, the 4S’ intelligent personal assistant, giving a few real-world uses of the feature. Some Siri examples from the commercial:
- Looking up Google Maps directions (to a hospital)
- How to do something (tying a bow tie)
- Checking the weather
- Location-based reminders
- Playing music from the iPhone music application
- Setting up alarm clocks
- Sending text messages
We are really trying hard to adapt to life after Steve Jobs as the time seems to have almost stopped and the world has come to a standstill. I have never had the chance to meet Steve personally but still i always looked up to him as an inspiration and as a role model so understandably it is very hard to digest the fact that he is no more with us. And the ones who had been with him must be feeling a more painful pinch. That’s life. Here’s to the crazy ones…
The voiceover quotes French writer François-Marie Arouet Voltaire.
The instruction we find in books is like fire. We fetch it from our neighbors, kindle it at home, communicate it to others, and it becomes property of all.
The new Kindle Fire tablet costs $199 and ships November 15. Visit amazon.com/kindlefire for more details.