updated 04:10 pm EDT, Wed June 6, 2007
Fourth iPhone TV Ad
Apple and AT&T on Thursday began airing a fourth, currently unnamed TV ad. Similar in most respects to the first ads that began airing this Sunday, the new ad that surfaced on CNBC revolves around an anonymous user showing the device's features on-screen. The new spot emphasizes the full web browsing support offered by the mobile version of Safari and reiterates the claim that the iPhone features the "real" Internet, rather than a "watered-down" version with reduced graphics and formats for cellphones. The June 29th release date and requirement for a 2-year AT&T contract also conclude the ad.
The 30-second commercial is so far known only to have aired on CNBC, and isn't currently posted on Apple's website.