Apple Shares Humorous 'Working-From-Home Thing' Video

Apple today shared a funny video focused on the problems that people working from home have to deal with, including noisy children, chaotic schedules, communication issues, and more.


The video focuses on showing off Apple products and their capabilities that can be useful when working from home, such as the ability to scan a document with an iPhone, mark up a PDF, Siri Reminders, and more.

The Underdogs are back, navigating their new normal with lots of unknowns but one reliable constant: Apple helps unleash their creativity and productivity even when they're working from home.

It's still a world of deadlines, meetings, group chats, conference calls, coworkers, and bosses. But it's also a world of kids, a dog, and a hairless cat. And it's a world where collaboration never misses a beat, whether the team uses iPad, iPhone, iMac, MacBook, or all of the above. Working from home (or working from anywhere) isn't new, but what you can make happen together is.

The seven minute video follows a group of colleagues attempting to work through an important project while overcoming all the problems that come with working remotely, and it comes after a similar "Apple at Work" video that Apple published last year featuring the same actors.

Other highlighted products and features in the video include Memoji, writing with Apple Pencil, Group FaceTime, AirPods, the iPad Pro's measure app, and the sleep tracking feature on the Apple Watch.

Top Rated Comments

Carlos Pacheco Avatar
49 months ago
it's "humorous" because not one Macbook with its 720p camera was used for this.
Score: 58 Votes (Like | Disagree)
HMI Avatar
49 months ago
Well, now I want to know how the presentation went!
Score: 21 Votes (Like | Disagree)
zombierunner Avatar
49 months ago
I like these actors. I hope the exposure from this gets them more acting gigs.
Score: 17 Votes (Like | Disagree)
happyslayer Avatar
49 months ago
I thought that was great. Lots of fun things to do with Apple products. And like one of the previous poster's said. I want to know how the presentation went.
Score: 10 Votes (Like | Disagree)
WWPD Avatar
49 months ago
I hope that honeycomb cardboard thing is a success..
Score: 9 Votes (Like | Disagree)
ghanwani Avatar
49 months ago
sad. i couldn't even get past the first minute.
Score: 7 Votes (Like | Disagree)

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