Sesame Street's Cookie Monster Bakes In New Apple IPhone 6S Commercial

Posted: Mar 18 2016, 1:19am CDT | by , in Apple


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Sesame Street's Cookie Monster Bakes in new Apple iPhone 6S Commercial

Apple hired the biggest TV star yet for its iPhone commercials. Cookie Monster shows off Siri's timer function in new Apple ad.

There have been many celebrities appearing in Apple iPhone commercials lately. Now Apple was able to hire one of the biggest TV stars for an iPhone 6S commercial. Sesame Street's Cookie Monster appears in the newest iPhone 6S ad showing off how to use Siri for baking cookies.

iPhone 6s with Hands-free Siri. Just say, “Hey Siri,” and Siri’s there to help you with pretty much everything, even with baking cookies. Cookie Monster goes through the motions waiting for the cookies to finish baking. Watch the funny iPhone 6S commercial below.

I still have adoption issues with Siri. I struggle to make it part of my daily routine. When I try to talk to her once in a while she does not understand me right away and get frustrated with her and just do what I want myself.

Sesame Street upgraded to HBO for the 2016 season. The second run will be available on PBS. Sesame Street is on American Television since 1969.

Apple is holding a media event next week on Monday, March 21 to introduce the iPhone SE and a small iPad Pro. Cookie Monster is not confirmed to attend.

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