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Apple’s iPhone 4 VS iPhone Xs Keynotes Hilariously Reveal Repeated Scripts
By Mikelle Leow, 17 Sep 2018
Video screenshots via James Brown
Each year, Apple presents its best iPhone yet.
Many things haven’t changed, however. The company’s executives are known to recycle adjectives at its keynotes, though to put things in perspective, Apple seems to be redefining these descriptors year after year.
Just for laughs, YouTuber James Brown has compiled snippets from the launches of Apple’s 2010 iPhone 4, as well as 2018 iPhones Xs and Xs Max, to reveal the tech giant’s favorite superlatives.
“Don’t get me wrong, I’m a huge Apple fan, and I can’t wait to upgrade,” Brown said. “I’m just making a funny observation.”
He added that to keep the comparisons fair, this year’s iPhone XR bit has been omitted, since the 2010 keynote only featured one smartphone.
Brown also accidentally left out the adjective, “incredible,” from 2018’s keynote, and he added a side note to say that CEO Tim Cook and Senior VP of Worldwide Marketing Phil Schiller had mentioned the term 20 times.
Apple seems to most favor the term, “beautiful,” which was uttered a total of 32 times in the video.
Amusingly, Reddit user ‘nobodyspecial’ concluded that, “Apple adjectives are more expensive now.”
Check out this remarkable, incredible, amazing, and immersive superclip below.
[via James Brown]
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