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Humorous Apple Ads Highlight MacBook's Power and Battery Life

Apple today shared a trio of humorous Mac ads that focus on the battery life, Find My, and the performance capabilities of Apple silicon notebooks. The "Charged" ad, for example, shows a serious professor commenting on a student's remaining battery life.



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"First class of the day and no charger? You're playing a dangerous game..." he says, but the student says that she doesn't have to worry about it because the Mac's battery lasts all day.



In "Powered," a student in a library is approached by a woman who says that laptops aren't meant to handle big files and multiple apps. "You think it won't crash?" she says. "You're a hot dog in a hurricane." The student lets her know that "it's a Mac," so it's "running fine."



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The "Found" ad features a student looking for her laptop. "Yeah, computers have a funny way of vanishing around here..." says a man nearby. The student uses &zwnj;Find My&zwnj; to ping her laptop and is able to locate it while he's still going on about how computers are often sold for parts.



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All three videos have a dramatic, funny vibe that should play well on social networks. The ads are 38 seconds long, so they'll likely be shown on TikTok, Instagram, and other social networks.<div class="linkback">Tag: Apple Ads</div>
This article, &quot;Humorous Apple Ads Highlight MacBook's Power and Battery Life&quot; first appeared on MacRumors.com

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