Apple airs iPad mini ad 'Piano'

To coincided with the launch of the iPad mini, Apple has started airing a new television ad called "Piano" that focuses on this new device. The ad actually begins with an iPad 4 running GarageBand and a hand comes in to play the intro to the popular piano duet Heart and Soul. When it's time for the second pianist would join the song, an iPad mini slides in and a hand begins to play the melody of the song. As the song is played, the camera slowly pans and zooms into the iPad mini so that it's the only featured device. There is no voiceover for this ad, just music being played by iPads.

What do you think of the new ad?

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dshanah says:

I love this. It's one of the most inspired ads in Apple's history; it's simple and effective, it shows how the mini fits in with the regular iPad, in 30 seconds with no words required. This is going to help Apple sell minis by the boatload.

Thorasgar says:

Cool ad but I saw this air over a week ago. St. Louis MO on Uverse.

Mirage299 says:

Saw it in the keynote. Awesome ad!

carltonarts says:

simply effective. design. advertising. marketing.

eugarps#CB says:

Very nice. I much prefer Apple ads to the over-the-top Android ads that show nothing of the product's capability beyond space suited users and gamer blowing holes in concrete walls.

jimpalmer3 says:

Awesome! Simple, subtle, and effective. Can't wait for the LTE minis to come out in a few weeks!!

rkevwill says:

Interesting how Samsung sneaks in their video advertisements, in just about every review of the iPad mini. Like the one on this site, on my computer right now.

TomW093 says:

That's not Samsung's fault, that's the fault of whoever owns the site.

TomW093 says:

It's simple, but it doesn't do anything to show why the smaller size is better than the bigger size.

JoRddZeCkO says:

I Love this Ad, it reminds me of the film "BIG" (1988)