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Apple Empowers Those from All Walks of Life in New Ad for iPhone5S

'Dreams' Shows How Phone Supports Firefighters, Environmentalist and More

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Apple doesn't just help sleep-deprived parents get through their day, it can also empower firefighters, doctors, pilots and environmental activists, as seen in this new spot created out of TBWA/MAL for the iPhone 5S. The brand continues to strike an emotional chord with this series of vignettes showing how the iPhone can help people from all walks of life achieve some impressive goals.

The new ad is set to a whistful, uplifting track, "When I Grow Up," by Jennifer O'Connor. Given the parents-themed spot before it, which was set to "Life of Dreams" by Julie Doiron and even the delightful sticker-adorned ad for the MacBook Air, which featured "Chimes" by Hudson Mohawk, it seems as if the brand is once again making music a key ingredient of its advertising, something it became famous for with its classic iPod "Silhouettes" campaign.

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Credits
Date
Aug 04, 2014
Agency:
TBWA/Media Arts Lab
Client:
Apple
Creative Director:
Chuck Monn
Creative Director:
Charles Hodges
Creative:
Helena Skonieczny
Creative:
Holly Hessler
Producer:
Amanda Weiss
Junior Producer:
Chelsea Larner
Assistant Producer:
Ricara Stokes
Account Team:
Todd Douglas Hind
Account Team:
Charlene Mae Sitchon
Account Team:
Min Jie Yang
Planner:
Joshua Allen Joseph
Production Company:
Park Pictures
Executive Producer:
Jackie Kelman Bisbee
Executive Producer:
Mary Ann Marino
Director:
Vincent Haycock
Producer:
Pete Vitale
Producer:
Valerie Romer
Production Designer:
Chris Jones
Production Designer:
Jason Hamilton
Costume Designer:
Lydia Paddon
Costume Designer:
Christina Blackaller
Editorial:
Nomad

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Industry
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