Apple Shares New 'The Future of Television' Apple TV Ad
Continuing on with its Apple TV promotions, Apple today shared a new Apple TV ad entitled "The Future of Television." The ad, like other Apple TV ads, features brightly colored television test pattern bars that serve as a background for quick peeks at the TV shows and movies available on the device.
There are glimpses of television shows like The Muppets, The Simpsons, The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, House of Cards, Orange is the New Black, and Game of Thrones. Movies featured include The Martian, The Grand Budapest Hotel, Ant Man, Inside Out and The Wizard of Oz.
The ad also highlights the search tools available on the Apple TV, its Siri capabilities, Apple Music, and the tvOS App Store. Several games are featured, including Disney Infinity 3.0 and Guitar Hero. The ad ends with the video title: "The future of television."
Since its October launch, Apple has been promoting the Apple TV through similar quick ads
shown on television, colorful billboards
that are displayed across a number of cities, web ads, and a social media campaign
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