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We’ve seen some great ads come out of Apple in the last few years, but the company’s newest set of ads playing up Apple’s Geniuses are almost painful to watch. I’ve done some thinking and I’ve figured out that they’re ok, simply because these ads aren’t for us.
Floppy-haired Justin Long has said in an interview with the AV Club that the ‘Get A Mac’ adverts “might be done…I think they’re going to move on.” Move on to more ads with disembodied hands and loud indie-pop?
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Apple heard Windows 7 was out and called in the usuals to make fun of it as more “broken promises”. The real question: How long has the “Hodgman—Miami Vice attire” Post-It been on the writers’ bulletin board? [Apple]