If it’s not an iPhone, it must be some other smartphone running Android O/S. Or a Windows Phone. Blackberry, anyone? Oh, gosh. Don’t tell me Symbian still exist?
A week ago, Apple launched a tandem of new ads. One was touting the calm and denatured coexistence of their hardware and software, and the other saying 99 percent of their customers were happy customers. Story-driven or fact-based? Somewhat skewed.
Business Insider called it “a little strange.” I agree.
The first 30-second video advertisement epitomizes the harmony of creating both the hardware and software by the same company as a sum of many parts put together, creating a unison of sorts. Whiplash! on smartphone manufacturers that use third-party operating systems like Android, and apps. Now, wasn’t that a little coy?
The second 30-second video ad was – on top of everything the narrator was saying – honed on the message that 99 percent of all iPhone customers love their iPhones. Whoa! I was trying to decipher what kind of apps the dozens of iPhones flying in and out of the screen were running, but everything was happening too fast. I guess each iPhone screen was just showing off happy faces and people tumbling up and down in joy of their iPhone – or in love with their iPhones.
“If it’s not an iPhone, it must be a Kata smartphone!” LOL! That’s what I would say because that’s what I own.