Posts Tagged ‘TV Ad’

Apple certainly knows how to make a good ad, there’s never been any doubt of that. Starting back with the original iPod ads, the Cupertino outfit has made a stellar job of not only capturing the attention of the public, but also its imagination with the often super-colorful ads that it creates.

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Oh Nokia, you’re so funny. You might not be able to sell smartphones to many people, but you sure know how to make an ad that has us giggling behind our non-Nokia branded devices.

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Nokia may still be struggling to sell its Lumia branded devices when compared with the huge numbers of iPhones Apple manages to shift, but that hasn’t stopped the Finnish company from having a pop at its Cupertino rival in an advert for its newly-released Lumia 925. The ad focuses on, as you’d imagine, the Lumia’s superiority in the camera department, and while the iPhone 5’s snapper holds its own against most of the smartphone arena’s most popular handsets, the Lumia 925 was always going to win this one.

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Samsung has made two new Galaxy S4 ads available on YouTube before, presumably, putting them on every TV channel on the planet. If there’s one thing Samsung knows how it do, it’s blanket advertising. Check out the ads right after the jump!

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It’s not just Samsung and Apple that like to launch an ad every once in a while, HTC too knows how to get peoples’ attention. While Samsung is intent on pointing fingers at Apple in its own set of TV ads, HTC appears to have taken a leaf out of its competition’s book by also poking fun at those that it is in direct competition with.

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Apple has aired two brand-new TV ads pertaining to the iPad and the iPad mini. One, entitled “Alive”, seeks to show just how useful the iPad is for tasks seen as beneficial to daily life, such as like education and exercise, while the other, “Together”, highlights just how much enjoyment groups of people can get through the sharing and multiplayer apps and games.

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