Last night, MSL Curiosity successfully landed on Mars, a NASA’s new historical event that held everybody breathless. And who else to better deal with such a bold mission than Apple’s powerful products.
NASA scientists and engineers managed Curiosity and monitored the landing using lots of Mac Book Pro laptops and iPads. All around the NASA offices and laboratories was a bustle of scientists dressed in blue tea-shirts and of glowing Apple logos.
This overwhelming presence of Mac Book Pros on NASA’s desks tells us that Apple needs no more to advertise for its products. The fact that Apple’s products are present and needed at such great events replaces any commercial that inspires no feeling at all, such as the Martin Scorsese and John Malkovich Siri commercials, or the Mac Book geek boy commercial. Apple should leave the advertising for big customers that count on its devices.