New Apple iPad Air ad waxes poetic

New Apple iPad Air ad waxes poetic
During Sunday's NFL Playoffs match up between the San Francisco 49'ers and the the Carolina Panthers, Apple decided to run a new 90 second commercial for the Apple iPad Air. Ironically, the ad featured a monologue read by Robin Williams that came from the movie Dead Poets Society that the actor starred in. What makes it ironic is the quiet, serene nature of Williams' audio when compared to the bone crunching action on the football gridiron.

The actual message is that the Apple iPad can be used for many endeavors, and not all of them are related to business or the pursuit of the almighty dollar. For example, we see Apple's new flagship tablet being used  by a sumo wrestling coach to improve his student by changing the angle of attack. We also see the iPad Air employed by a band director to improve a marching band's performance.

Once again Apple tries to get to your purse strings by tugging on your heart strings. Check out the entire ad by clicking on the video below.

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source: Apple via RedmondPie

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