“During the 1985 Super Bowl broadcast, Apple followed up its previous — and widely acclaimed — Super Bowl commercial, 1984, with a little disaster called Lemmings,” Ken Segall writes for The Observatory. “Designed to seduce business customers with ‘The Macintosh Office,’ it actually insulted its intended target by depicting them as, uh … lemmings.”
“34 years later, Apple is again making its pitch to business. This time, it’s a bit more down to earth—and infinitely more convincing,” Segall writes. “What Apple offers in the form of Macs, iPhones, iPads, iCloud and more, truly is a complete solution for business customers—enabling people to work anywhere, anytime, sharing and collaborating 24/7.”
Segall writes, “Rather than make a grand symbolic statement about its role as an innovator (Lemmings), the new business ad is Apple doing what it does best—presenting technology in the most human terms.”
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