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Apple's First Gold Iphone 5s Tv Ad (no Kardashian In Sight) | Technically Incorrect - Cnet News

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"And she's going to bring Nori. She's really looking forward to it." Kardashian, meanwhile, showed off her own body this week. Clearly feeling very confident in her new post-baby figure, the former Playboy centerfold teased both her man and her fans with a very sexy selfie . The pose did, however, leave her open to criticism from those who believe a mother should not act in such a publicly seductive manner.
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Apple's first Gold iPhone 5S TV ad (No Kardashian in sight) | Technically Incorrect - CNET News

With more and more A-listers showing more and more skin on the Net, here's MTV News' round up of some of the hottest pics on Instagram. Nicki Minaj The rapper hardly held back on Instagram this this website week, posting a couple snaps of herself rocking nothing but leopard-print pasties. It lead the performer/fashion mogul to wonder if she should include the look in the Spring Collection for her Kmart fashion line . Fans will have to wait to see if they make the final cut but chances seem slim. Kim Kardashian It was the photo that had Kanye West pledging "HEADING HOME NOW." This week, Kim made headlines when she put her post-baby body on full display in nothing but a skimpy white bathing suit. While there was very little cloth, noticeably not absent was Kim's famous bottom.
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He has everything -- even a full set of gold teeth and majority ownership of Goldman Sachs -- but not the one thing he's been craving all his life. Maybe you prefer to feature a man selling his McMansion, his Mercedes and his membership of the local golf club, just to get a golden iPhone? On the other hand, you can just have a little molten gold crawling around the screen and then the perfectly formed product being perfectly formed. Apple chose this last option, with an ad during Sunday's NFL broadcasts. As the Verge noticed , it seems to have been put together from video shown at the launch event. More Technically Incorrect It is, though, remarkably similar to the first iPhone 5C ad , in which molten paint or plastic -- depending on your artistic interpretation -- crawled around the screen.
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Apple chose this last option, with an ad during Sunday's NFL broadcasts. As the Verge noticed , it seems to have been put together from video shown at the launch event. More Technically Incorrect It is, though, remarkably similar to the first iPhone 5C ad , in which molten paint or plastic -- depending on your artistic interpretation -- crawled around the screen. That, in turn, looked a little like an iPod ad. Rumors have it that the gold iPhone 5S is ridiculously popular and the 5C rather less so.
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Maybe you prefer to feature a man selling his McMansion, his Mercedes and his membership of the local golf club, just to get a golden iPhone? On the other hand, you can just have a little molten gold crawling around the screen and then the perfectly formed product being perfectly formed. Apple chose this last option, with an ad during Sunday's NFL broadcasts. As the Verge noticed , it seems to have been put together from video shown at the launch event. More Technically Incorrect It is, though, remarkably similar to the first iPhone 5C ad , in which molten paint or plastic -- depending on your artistic interpretation -- crawled around the screen.
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Does it melt you? (Credit: Apple Screenshot by Chris Matyszczyk/CNET) You've been given the task of making the first TV ad for Apple gold iPhone 5S. What do you do? Do you feature a King Midas, played by Zach Galifianakis? He has everything -- even a full set of gold teeth and majority ownership of Goldman Sachs -- but not the one thing he's been craving all his life. Maybe you prefer to feature a man selling his McMansion, his Mercedes and his membership of the local golf club, just to get a golden iPhone?
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