I usually begin my mornings with a look on my smartphone. I check for server alerts, what the weather is like, important mails I might have missed and swipe around to snooze my alarms. If the kids are already awake I make the older one a quick breakfast. While she eats I make myself coffee and listen to internet radio on my smartphone, with an occasional glimpse on the stock market, bank account and once again mails. Countless checks later I end my day by catching up with blogs and twitter I hadn’t had time to read during the day. My eye lids usually shut down while still holding my phone.
After reading an article in the L.A. Times that iPhone’s Siri is not so smart in Scotland somebody made this funny (fake) Apple commercial.
The fight between Samsung and Apple does not only happen in court but also in commercials. After Samsung had acquired an actress from the iPhone advertisements they are now making fun of Apple customers (again). Continue reading “We Just Got Samsunged: Samsung Makes Fun Of Apple Customers, Again”
Following the success of the real Old Spice “I’m on a horse” commercial it was inevitable that somebody would create an Apple-specific parody. It’s a simple formula: just take the shirtless, dripping beefcake of the Old Spice ad, replace it with a doughy nerd in a turtleneck and change the can of Old Spice into an Apple product.
Hello Geeks, take a look at your phone. Now back at mine…
I just read the headline “Tech Stocks slip as Palm and RIM decline” and am wondering what SmartMoney (innovators of the famous “Map of the Market”) wants to imply!?
As if “loser brands” such as Palm and RIM would have anything to do with a decline of other tech stocks. For me this looks like a case of fewer people wanting to buy an outdated, unsexy device and turn to Apple with the iPhone, HTC or the Motorola Droid than the industry having a problem in general.
What do you think?
Techcrunch’s post on AT&T’s failures inspired a lot of people to voice their anger with the service over its poor network performance, particularly with the iPhone. It also inspired one professional video editor, Pat Lee, to make the following truly awesome AT&T/Apple ad parody.
Check out the fakevertisement before Apple and AT&T force YouTube to remove it.
Amazing what fake means today! Even though this first counterfeit of the iPhone wouldn’t mislead an expert, the things have progressed well, the device being identical from the outside and simulating even the functions of the true device of Apple.
The boom around Apple’s iPhone has just started. Here is an advertisement created by Apple fans.
Apple’s iPhone television ads have been published.