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  • Apple Releases Lengthy New iOS App 'Enrichment' Video


    As the world observed Monday during the keynote presentation of WWDC 2013, Apple is striking a different tone with its advertising this summer.

    Gone are the product-centric ads (at least for now) and in their place are advertorials that speak to the reliability and familiarity of the venerable Apple brand. So far, the ads have been well-received. And they will continue to pelt our airwaves and computer screens for the foreseeable future.

    On Wednesday, Apple took its latest efforts one step further by releasing a lengthy video that explores and highlights how iOS apps enrich our lives in countless ways on a daily basis.

    "Each iOS app offers remarkable and often delightful possibilities," Apple says in its description of the new video. "But the most powerful iOS apps ever are ones that change people's lives in ways they never imagined."

    To check it out for yourself, look below.

    This article was originally published in forum thread: Apple Releases Lengthy New iOS App 'Enrichment' Video started by Michael Essany View original post
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    1. ThatOneProfile's Avatar
      ThatOneProfile -
      Quote Originally Posted by Michael Essany View Post


      As the world observed Monday during the keynote presentation of WWDC 2013, Apple is striking a different tone with its advertising this summer.

      Gone are the product-centric ads (at least for now) and in their place are advertorials that speak to the reliability and familiarity of the venerable Apple brand. So far, the ads have been well-received. And they will continue to pelt our airwaves and computer screens for the foreseeable future.

      On Wednesday, Apple took its latest efforts one step further by releasing a lengthy video that explores and highlights how iOS apps enrich our lives in countless ways on a daily basis.

      "Each iOS app offers remarkable and often delightful possibilities," Apple says in its description of the new video. "But the most powerful iOS apps ever are ones that change people's lives in ways they never imagined."

      To check it out for yourself, look below.

      In a nutshell, apple is making money off of you even after you purchase your $600+ device.
    1. ahayes's Avatar
      ahayes -
      Quote Originally Posted by ThatOneProfile View Post
      In a nutshell, apple is making money off of you even after you purchase your $600+ device.
      So the developer is expected to give away the software for free?
    1. se23's Avatar
      se23 -
      Quote Originally Posted by ThatOneProfile View Post
      In a nutshell, apple is making money off of you even after you purchase your $600+ device.
      Buy a car and don't put petrol in it and see how far you get
    1. Silverado1987's Avatar
      Silverado1987 -
      Quote Originally Posted by ThatOneProfile View Post
      In a nutshell, apple is making money off of you even after you purchase your $600+ device.
      I would probably always go with a 2 year contract of any service provider which costs only $200 before I shell out $600. The Xbox one doesn't cost that much.
    1. ThatOneProfile's Avatar
      ThatOneProfile -
      You actually save more money doing that. And that doesn't take away from the fact that the device still retails for $600'
    1. jibaro3's Avatar
      jibaro3 -
      What a dum comment ThatOneProfile!!! You don't get it is not about who get money is how they changing life over one app..... I think apple has change everyone life it don't matter if the app is free or you have to paid for it. I know it has change my way of living!!!!
    1. ThatOneProfile's Avatar
      ThatOneProfile -
      Quote Originally Posted by jibaro3 View Post
      What a dum comment ThatOneProfile!!! You don't get it is not about who get money is how they changing life over one app..... I think apple has change everyone life it don't matter if the app is free or you have to paid for it. I know it has change my way of living!!!!
      Can you even spell "dumb"?