Robin Williams Stories August 12, 2014

Apple publishes new ‘Remembering Robin Williams’ page on Apple.com

Apple continued its remembrance of comedian Robin Williams today by publishing a new page on its website. The memorial is featured on the Apple.com homepage, and features a message from Apple:

We are deeply saddened by the passing of Robin Williams. He inspired us through his passion, his generosity, and the gift of laughter. He will be greatly missed.

Earlier today the company also put a selection of Robin’s work on sale through the iTunes Store.

[tweet https://twitter.com/tim_cook/status/498984385610129409 align=’center’]

[tweet https://twitter.com/pschiller/status/499004410559606784 align=’center’]

Robin Williams Stories February 18, 2014

Apple’s Your Verse advertising and marketing campaign for the iPad, depicting some of the inspiring ways in which people are using iPads to help with everything from ice hockey coaching to concussion treatment, has been expanded to include mountaineering.

Elevating the expedition is a new addition to the Your Verse microsite illustrating the ways in which mountaineers Adrian Ballinger and Emily Harrington use iPads to assist them with preparing for a climb, navigating the route and live-blogging their experiences and photographs …  expand full story

Robin Williams Stories January 22, 2014

Sad but (probably) true …

Sadly, the bottom chart is probably more true than the top one.

A humorous response to Apple’s poetry-themed iPad ad.

Robin Williams Stories January 13, 2014

Poll: What do you think about Apple’s “Your Verse” iPad Air ad?

Continuing its “Life on iPad” campaign, Apple released its new “Your Verse” iPad Air ad yesterday featuring a motivational voiceover of Robin Williams from the film “Dead Poets Society”. While the ad has been largely received well, it has not been without some criticism by many citing its tone and some extreme use cases for the iPad. What do you think? Does the “Your Verse” ad inspire you to do more with the iPad? Does it miss the pitch by using extreme edge cases or does it fall flat altogether? Let us know in our poll below:

Powered by WordPress.com VIP