New Apple iPhone ads look to mock indirectly at users who do not own one
Apple has a new iPhone ad which shows that if you do not have an iPhone, you cannot do a lot of things. Somewhat indirectly mocking users who do not own the phone and missing out on the wonders of what the iPhone can bring. Read on.
Apple has a new TV ad for their iPhone and it began telling the audience that if one does not have an iPhone, one cannot do and enjoy a lot of things - access the App store, download the apps, show your mobile boarding pass, pay for coffee etc. This is unlike its previous ads that focus more on the apps that are available on the App store and what they can bring to the iPhone users.
And the new ad ends with "If you don't have an iPhone, well, you don't have an iPhone" which looks to be indirectly mocking users. While the Android camp may not surpass the Apple App Store in terms of the number of apps or downloads, however, it does have a huge number of apps of 170,000 and growing. On top of that, there are Android versions of the various airlines that lets you access your flight booking and even mobile boarding pass, and with more smartphones coming up with built-in NFC technology, you can pay for your things with your smartphone.
Of course, like what the ad said, if you don't have an iPhone, you don't have an iPhone. But you do have other choices available that can do the same.