Apple continues to harness the power of the iPad to improve life experiences. As part of the advertising campaign «Your Verse» launched across multiple platforms earlier this year, the tech powerhouse is releasing another story, Concussion Game Plan, that highlights the smart use of the tablet and iOS apps for medical purposes.
Apple is telling an engaging story of its iPad Air, narrated through a series of real-life moments depicting creative, groovy ways to use of the device. The tech powerhouse launched an ad, “Your Verse,” that used the well-recognized, inspirational lines from the Dead Poets Society movie and footage showing various people integrating iPad into their work and life, every day.
Yesterday, the tech powerhouse unveiled iPad Air, the 5th version of its flagship tablet device since it’s debut in April 2010. The updated product is 28 percent lighter and 20 percent thinner than the previous iPad with the same 9.7-inch Retina display. Along with the full-sized version of the tablet, Apple updated the iPad mini.
Interbrand’s “2013 Best Global Brands” top 100 list has revealed that Coca-Cola, which used to lead the chart for the previous 13 years, has lost its dominance as the most valuable global brand, yielding precedency to the technology giant Apple estimated at $98.3 billion. The total value of all 100 best global brands is $1.5 trillion, which is 8.4% record increase over 2012, Interbrand reports.
Apple has finally unveiled the long-awaited update of its iPhone range with two versions that offer an expensive/cheap alternative. The first one, iPhone 5S, is positioned as the most forward-thinking smartphone in the world and costs $399 for the 64GB model while the second, iPhone 5C, is touted as the most colorful smartphone yet and is priced at $199 for the 32GB model.
The epic smartphone war, started by Samsung against Apple, is escalating as a new member, Nokia Windows Phone, enters it with a new commercial created by Crispin Porter + Bogusky. In this new Microsoft’s campaign a smartphone from Nokia comes as a nice solution to those who are tired of figuring out which phone is better, iPhone or Galaxy. Positioning Windows Phone as a smart “peacemaking” option, the commercial invites the audience to consider other choices rather than iOS and Androis-based devices.