Apple is no stranger to releasing holiday ads that tug at the heart strings and it's done it again. Ahead of Thanksgiving in the United States, the company has shared a new video on YouTube titled "The Surprise."
Apple has used its own YouTube channel to post a new video-based promo. The video, titled "Simple as That," is part of a larger "Privacy on iPhone" campaign intended to highlight just how important customer privacy is to Apple and how iPhone plays a pivotal role in that.
A new ad highlights the battery prowess of Powerbeats Pro by following a Paris running club as it takes on a 174-mile relay rice through Iceland over a period of 24 hours.
Apple has released a new ad via its Apple Singapore YouTube channel with the company touting the benefits of Face ID over the Touch ID biometrics that older iPhones use.
Apple has continued its ongoing media blitz with a selection of new iPad Pro tutorial videos landing on YouTube. Those videos arrived alongside a new Shot on iPhone XS video from The Reef, Maldives. Finally, there’s even a new iPad Pro ad that aims to remind potential owners of the power on hand.
Apple has been releasing new and interesting video ads via its YouTube channel for the past few weeks, and the latest is entitled "Privacy on iPhone - The answer." As that title might suggest, the whole thing is about just how private an iPhone is.
After having its CFO arrested for violating Iran sanctions and with the company struggling against claims that its devices are insecure and have Chinese backdoors, Huawei is now in hot water after it appeared to have plagiarized a music video.
Apple won't be attending CES this year either and that's perfectly normal. What isn't normal is a giant Apple billboard that has appeared, with the ad spotted near the Las Vegas Convention Center.
Apple is continuing its advertising push by sharing a new ad, this time based around Group FaceTime and featuring Elvis, or rather, several Elvis impersonators.
We've told you about Samsung's love affair with its "Ingenius" ads a few times now and with the newly announced Galaxy Note 9, the company has launched a couple of new ads that follow the same format.