Apple's virtually-held September 14 event under the tagline “California Streaming” revealed updates to the iPhone lineup, Apple's bread and butter, in addition to the sixth-generation iPad mini and Apple Watch Series 7. If you're not caught up yet, it might be a great idea to watch the new ads first to familiarize yourself with Apple's talking points before diving deeper.
Having spent six full months on Mars, NASA's Perseverance Rover has already snapped up 125,428 photos, and it's showing no signs of slowing down.
Apple has teamed up with the popular American singer and songwriter Billie Eilish on a new short film promoting the company's new Apple Music spatial audio feature.
A new iPhone 12 commercial from Apple, dubbed “Haystack,” demonstrates how easy it is to find a misplaced iPhone with an Apple Watch.
We surely hope that Microsoft's attempt at a campy viral campaign for when Windows 11 launches won't be a promotional blunder as this cringe-worthy Windows 7 launch party video.
Apple's ad campaign under the tagline “Your next computer is not a computer” continues with an unlisted YouTube video that would have you believe PC users are suffering from iPad envy.
Apple's Japan division has shared a new ad for the Apple Watch on its own YouTube channel, employing some cool effects and cuts to appeal to active people.
Apple has hired a former Facebook product manager to join its ad platforms product engineering team, indicating the Cupertino giant's advertising ambitions are growing.
Ad executives are saying that Apple's new App Tracking Transparency rules in iOS 14.5 could be beneficial to ad agencies and other clients that use Apple's own advertising platform.
This awesome commercial wants to sell you the message that Apple has supercharged the newly announced iPad Pro by equipping it with the company's custom Mac chip, the Apple M1.
Apple must add a footnote to its Pro Display XDR product page in the United Kingdom to clarify the monitor's P3 wide color gamut in stricter terms than before to stop misleading users.
Justin Long, who appeared alongside John Hodgman in a series of TV commercials for Apple's "Get a Mac" campaign back in the 2000s, is now mocking M1 Macs on behalf of Intel.