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Apple Promotes Verizon and AT&T in a Single Ad

Written on January 24, 2011 by R. Depp

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To avoid being biased, Apple suggests that "two is better than one."

Apple released a new TV spot which assumed its neutral ground when it comes to iPhone 4 belonging to different carriers.

The commercial is accompanied with the the iconic Blue Danube Waltz by Johann Strauss and shows two iPhone 4s side by side. The two smartphones simultaneously displays the features of an iPhone including apps, web browsing and FaceTime. The spot ends with the two handsets moving away and revealing the AT&T and Verizon logos and the words “Two is better than one.”

This commercial came after the release of Verizon’s iPhone4 advertisement which shows the anticipation of the people with the unveiling of the new CDMA iPhone 4 on Feb. 10.

Continue reading and see the commercial after the skip.

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