Apple printed out giant tweets for its new iPad Pro ad campaign

Micah Singleton

Apple has released a new series of iPad Pro commercials comparing its newest tablet to PCs. In the ads, Apple uses real tweets from Twitter users who have been replaced by actors in the ads (at least one of the account owners didn't know he was included).


The commercials point out features like the lack of PC viruses, Microsoft Word, LTE support, and the Apple Pencil.

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The four, 15-second ads harken back to Apple's "Get a Mac" campaign from the early 2000s, which featured actor Justin Long and comedian John Hodgman as a Mac and PC, respectively. It's some of the best ad work Apple has done in some time, so there's probably a good chance this won't be the last time the company employs the format. Check out the rest of the videos below.