Apple desperately wants the iPad to replace your computer, but it can’t carry out everyday computer tasks as well as some other tablets can. Microsoft highlights that by mocking the iPad Pro’s computer dream in its new Surface Pro 4 ad.
Apple has posted a new “Shot on iPhone” ad that’s sure to tug at your heart strings. Titled “The Human Family,” the one-minute clip reminds us that despite all our differences, we’re really all the same.
Apple has added two new spots to its iconic ‘Shot on iPhone’ campaign that highlight the iPhone’s video capabilities.
The short new ads only last 15 seconds. One highlights the effects you can get by using iPhone’s slo-mo video and some windblown hair, while the other captures how thrilling it is to zip down the cable car in Bregenz, Austria.
The Euro 2016 soccer football championships are set to kickoff tomorrow in France and Apple is marking the occasion with yet another “Shot on iPhone” ad that will make you feel weepy with love for the beautiful game.
Apple’s ad for the biggest football tournament outside the World Cup features pictures and videos of kids playing football around the world with Little Simz inspirational song “Wingz” in the background.
Taylor Swift is quickly becoming the face of Apple Music. The pop sensation has appeared in yet another ad for Apple’s streaming service in which she goes crazy for “I Believe in a Thing Called Love”by British rock band The Darkness.
Apple kicked off the Mother’s Day celebrations early when it rolled out its latest Shot on iPhone ad earlier this week. And now you can create a personalized version by adding a photo of you and your mom to the clip.
As the technology around us gets smarter, many fear it will turn against us. That nightmare comes true in this parody ad for Google’s self-driving car, which mows down poor pedestrians as it tears down the streets of Los Santos.
Mother’s Day is less than a week away and to celebrate, Apple has published a new video ad that spotlights mothers across the globe.
The new ad was shot entirely on iPhone, only instead of hiring a high-profile filmmaker to shoot the touching commercial, Apple compiled a collection of photos and short videos of moms shot by amateur photographers and iPhone users.