Saturday, September 14, 2013

Microsoft apologizes for anti-iPhone commercials - Macerkopf - Apple news from Cupertino

Yesterday evening several anti-iPhone commercials appeared on the YouTube channel of Windows Phone. “A fly on the wall in Cupertino?”. Shortly after, the listless clips were withdrawn. Meanwhile, I apologized Microsoft for the iPhone parody.

Compared with the colleagues from The Next Web, Microsoft released the following statement from

The video

what Intended to be a light-hearted poke at our friends from Cupertino. But it was off the mark, and we’ve Decided to pull it down.

the seven clips from the Redmond company showed various scenes of alleged marketing meetings for iPhone iPhone 5S and 5C. Two Apple employees joke about the decisions of Tim Cook and Jony Ive. Here, Microsoft is making across the fingerprint sensor, the bright colors, the plastic and the camera funny.

Apparently the clips were on the Microsoft campus in as little as ours. It is said that you just wanted to “smile” just a little bit about the friends in Cupertino. However, these clips were gone a step too far, so that Microsoft has removed it from the official YouTube channel. Elsewhere on YouTube, however, one or the other clip was secured.

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