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Discussion in 'Apple, Inc and Tech Industry' started by Shivetya, Sep 3, 2013.
Kudos to the their marketing team. Very well done.
Gimme a break.
Now that's genius right there. Good job!
Need a moment?
Well, I was quoting the KitKat commercials, but then I realized...
..."Need a moment" is Twix...
So really, the whole thing is a horrible mess by this point, and it's probably best you just ignore me.
Is it just me or is this a parody of Google's copy of Apple?
I believe "need a moment" is Snickers. It is here at least.
Video also a parody of the Apple parody "interviews". LOL
Seeing the Android sweepstakes, I wonder if Google was involved?
Was it "your not you if hungry?"
Stuff like this really makes you laugh at Apple's product videos
Ive and Co. talk about their products like they will cure cancer or something
The youtube video is more or less a parody of 'Apple iproduct presentations'...
There are those too..
You're testing my TV recall though..
I like to call it a parody of the parody of the "iPresentation" videos (read above).
I understand now, Androids new OS will be called KitKat (v 4.4)..
I wonder who get the bigger advantage in this deal, KitKat (Hershey) or Google?
Both. It encourages the purchase of both KitKats and Android devices.
So when you search for KitKat on the web, what will you see as a result? Branding strategy fail?
haha, this is awesome.
I wonder how much Nestle paid Google to name 4.4
4.4 is just a number, I doubt it can be even trade marked (could be wrong).
This parody videos and the others make me thing the interview format is now a marketing liability, too stale a format to showcase cutting edge tech.
Well Kitkats are ok but still pretty crap compared to real chocolate (for someone living in Switzerland) and so it will be with Android Kitkat compared to a real OS like ios 7.
I kid I kid. I fully intend to troll with that comparison on other sites though.
Not really. First link is about their partnership with Google. I see this partnership working really well. Although, I must admit, I'm a big fan of KitKats. Especially the peanut butter one.
I guess I'm the only one who sees nothing but shameless advertising worming its way into every last crevice...