Apple’s new ad “The Song,” released Sunday, earned about a million views in 24 hours and by Tuesday morning was nearing 2 million.
In the ad, a young woman finds an old vinyl record that her grandmother made for her sweetheart long ago. The young woman spins it, digitizes it, and walks around listening to it — and singing to it — on her iPhone.
Then she pulls it into GarageBand on her MacBook Air and puts music and more singing on it. She delivers the “duet” to her grandmother in a beautiful way.
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