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New Apple Print Ads Feature iPad Mini and Newsstand

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    MacRumors

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    9to5Mac has pooled together some images of a new set of print ads from Apple. The ads show off the 7.9-inch iPad mini's Newsstand capabilities on the back covers of magazines like The New Yorker and Time.

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    The ads tout that the magazines that people are reading are also available on the iPad mini in a digital format in a package smaller than the traditional print magazine size. Depicting the iPad mini at its actual size not only offers a comparison to the print versions but also highlights how the iPad may be better for periodicals from Newsstand than the full-sized iPad because of its smaller size and lighter weight.

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    Article Link: New Apple Print Ads Feature iPad Mini and Newsstand
     
  2. Gen
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    Gen

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    love the negative white space! pretty cool.
     
  3. macrumors 6502

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    Excellent marketing.
     
  4. macrumors member

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    Too Much White

    Too much white in the back cover.
     
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    kenzbud

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    Simple yet effective marketing.
     
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    troop231

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    I think this was the goal.. to show how small the iPad mini's actual size is.
     
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    AppleMactablet

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    When all magazines go digital-youll see an ad for a Small Time Magazine on the ipad mini
     
  8. macrumors 68000

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    I love it!
     
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    WardC

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    If you order one of those grand-spanking-new $3000 iMacs on Friday, they should at least throw in a free iPad Mini.

    But Apple doesn't do stuff like this.
     
  10. macrumors member

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    I think it's better if they have a white iPad on a black page.
     
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    Jessica Lares

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    I actually thought it was a bit small when I saw my Time Magazine today, but it actually is the size of the Mini exactly. It feels so much bigger.
     
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    Captain B

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    That's some damn clever marketing.
     
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    gregwyattjr

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    Apple's advertising agency is ON THEIR GAME with these iPad mini ads!
     
  14. macrumors 6502a

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    Why does the New Yorker iPad mini look messed up. The left side has a gap like a regular iPad, the right side looks like an ipad mini. wtf lol
     
  15. macrumors member

    #15
    For me the ad highlights why I'd prefer to read a mag on the full sized iPad.
     
  16. macrumors demi-god

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    There's a black bar on the left side of the full-size New Yorker cover.
     
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    troop231

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    If it's anything like reading white text on a black background, then no thanks! lol.
     
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    ConCat

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    Hey there new writer! :) Welcome to MR!
     
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    topmounter

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    At least there is no mailing label on the iPad Mini.
     
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    faroZ06

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    This is by far the best iPad or iPad mini ad I've ever seen, even the best Apple ad I've seen in a long time. It's as if you're using it. But it still doesn't top some of the older ads, especially this VVVVVV
     
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    jimsowden

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    Off brand. With apple, black background traditionally means pro or new technology. White means friendly and inviting.
     
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    osofast240sx

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    Classy. Samsung needs to take some notes. Microsoft too, tablets don't dance and click.
     
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    Zwhaler

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    Meh looks kinda uninteresting. I'm sure they'll sell iPads like hotcakes thouugh.

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    Lol true!
     
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    turtlez

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    I am sure they already have hahaha
     
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    osofast240sx

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    Not copy...lol
     

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