Apple is certainly well known and respected for its marketing abilities. From the “I’m a Mac” spots to the iPhone and iPad commercials, the Cupertino juggernaut doesn’t seem to miss a beat in making hit commercials. Just a day after we showed you the Apple ad highlighting Apple’s Game Center, we’ve caught another one.

This would be the fifth ad in the “If You Don’t Have an iPhone” series since its debut last week. The new ad, titled “Retina,” focuses on the much talked about, high resolution retina display introduced on the iPhone 4…

Check out the ad below:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=jnX8F_fTIXA

Do you think Apple is on to something with these ads, or should they switch it up? Tell us below!

  • I personally, think it’s something funny to tell my friends. “If you don’t have an iPhone, well, you don’t have an iPhone.”
    I’m not sure how effective it is from Apple’s marketing point of view, but it seems that they made 2 more after some success from the initial three. Keep ’em coming!

  • Joe

    The trolls hate’em. I think they are funny… not as much as “I’m a Mac.”, but funny.

  • jared

    they should bring back the classic im a maac ads they were the best

  • Julio Pavotti

    Steve Jobs wants to deny me the pleasure of watching flash videos while having sex. I hate him.

  • igeek

    WELL IF YOU DON’T HAVE A DROID YOU COULD BRIE THIS YOUTUBE VIDEO RIGHT ON THE SCREEN WITH OUT SWITCHING TO THE YOUTUBE APp

  • I have two iPhones, but I also wonder what apps Apple’s likely to yank from them come July. Will it be Netflix or the Kindle app? Or will Apple concentrate on smaller publishing or subscription services that I might happen to like? Who knows? Apple isn’t saying and even after the dust on on the current uncertainty settles, we still don’t know Apple’s future moves will be. Apple’s somewhat justified mania about product secrecy has mutated into a bizarre secrecy about app approval policies. The policies themselves are bad, and secrecy makes them even worse.

    One thing is certain. If you don’t have an iPhone, you don’t have to fret over Apple’s mean-spirited and muddled app approval policies.