Last year, we posted a funny clip showing people reviewing the iPhone 4S mistaking it for the (then newly launched) iPhone 5. You could say that was pardonable since not everyone would know the difference between older/newer phone models. But what about mistaking an iPad tablet for an iPhone?
Apple used this video titled “Designed by Apple – Intention” to open the WWDC keynote last week. In it, they describe the ideology and process behind designing an Apple product. In typical Apple-esque fashion, the ad offers elegant visuals with smooth narratives which makes for a compelling watch.
It’s actually an extremely cool viral campaign. Tom Dickson is CEO of Blendtec, a Utah-based company that makes blenders, mixers and grain mills. He regularly blends odd products like iPhones, iPods, golf balls, marbles, remote controls etc. as part of a series of viral videos to promote his company’s latest offerings.
Don’t get us wrong. We at DigitalSynopsis.com love Apple (as you can probably figure out from the number of Apple posts we publish regularly). The team here owns almost all the Apple products available out there. But half knowledge is dangerous and it’s important to separate the facts from the hype.
Check out this hilarious video in which Jimmy Kimmel’s crew captures people reactions to the iPhone 5. The funny bit is that they were actually handed the iPhone 4S.
Some prefer things the way they are. Others choose to personalize. And when it comes to Macbooks, what better way than to use the gorgeous white apple on the lid. Check out these excellent examples.
Here’s something you probably didn’t know – no one can inherit your iTunes library. When you purchase music on iTunes you purchase a ‘license’ to play a track, not the file itself.