New IPhone 6S Online Commercial Is Hilarious Even Without Neil Patrick Harris

Posted: Apr 26 2016, 2:53am CDT | by , Updated: Apr 27 2016, 9:53pm CDT, in News | Apple


New iPhone 6S Onlines Commercial Is Hilarious Even without Neil Patrick Harris
iPhone 6S Onions

Apple released a new iPhone 6S commercial titled Onions. The ad is literally about Onions and is one of Apple's most amusing and wacky commercials to date.

The new Apple iPhone 6S TV commercial Onions is the funniest Apple commercial in a while. A girl makes a video of her mom cutting onions on her iPhone. The video goes viral and breaks into art and movies. At the end the girl gets an award from Neil Patrick Harris. The new iPhone ad promoting the 4K video feature does not need Neil Patrick Harris. 

He did not add anything besides his name to the funny and whacky commercial. Watch it below. Apple has recently releasing new ads at a rather high pace. The most popular turned out to be the Taylor Swift commercial promoting Apple Music.

Besides promoting the iPhone 6S, Apple has released ads for the Apple TV and the Apple Watch in the past weeks. Apple also released along with the Onions commercial another iPhone 6S commercial about Fingerprint authentication. The Fingerprint ad is a typical Apple ad that runs through the "cool" things you can do with Touch ID.

The iPhone 6S has less than 6 months on the clock before it will be replaced by the iPhone 7 as Apple's flagship iPhone. Apple will likely increase marketing spend to move as many iPhone 6S as possible.

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<a href="/latest_stories/all/all/2" rel="author">Luigi Lugmayr</a>
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