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  • Jon Favreau Stars in New Apple Ad


    Actor and director Jon Favreau has a new starring role. He's the front man in a commercial for Apple, spotlighting how Siri is a fantastic resource for professionals in his line of work.

    "The iPhone 6s is here, and the only thing thatís changed with Siri is everything," Apple's description of the new spot reads. "Because now you just say 'Hey Siri' and Siriís there, hands-free. Which can come in handy."

    The short segment was released to Apple's YouTube account on Thursday.

    From Jamie Foxx to Stevie Wonder, Jon Favreau joins a lengthy list of celebs to offer up their names and talents to commercials promoting the Cupertino, California-based tech giant and its products.

    If you haven't yet seen the new ad, check it out below.

    This article was originally published in forum thread: Jon Favreau Stars in New Apple Ad started by Michael Essany View original post
    Comments 4 Comments
    1. mcarchos's Avatar
      mcarchos -
      How does it matter? Siri is STILL just a dumb blonde...
    1. Lawrence Coleman's Avatar
      Lawrence Coleman -
      Apple is getting bigger and bigger, though nice share, thanks.
    1. Purple Minion's Avatar
      Purple Minion -
      I'm quite surprised that with all the information flowing through Apple's servers to support Siri, that she still as dumb as she is.

      In my opinion, Apple needs to forget about making their phones any thinner, and focus instead on making them smarter. At least for now.
    1. talkin73's Avatar
      talkin73 -
      Quote Originally Posted by Purple Minion View Post
      I'm quite surprised that with all the information flowing through Apple's servers to support Siri, that she still as dumb as she is.

      In my opinion, Apple needs to forget about making their phones any thinner, and focus instead on making them smarter. At least for now.
      Agree. Amazing what simple things Siri doesn't do or doesn't do properly and how erratic the feature seems to be.