Apple modifie sa pub de lancement de l’iPhone 14 sur fond de racisme


It’s rare for Apple to miss out on social media videos, the YouTube notification, and the launch release of the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus. Original publications used an extra of Idris Elba’s chanson Biggest, with paroles repeating the song “Biggest”.

Largest or smallest?

Is this the problem? The statement of the chanson is not intended to be a fact that certain persons insult the plutôt an insulting racial plutôt which is the basic message. The publicity is a sort of mème viral presque immediately après-sa sortie in septembre. Deux mois plus tard, Apple is a real way radical and supprimant entièrement les paroles de la bande-son de la publicité.

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If you watch the video of the launch of the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus on YouTube, you can be sure to stay clear. Instead of cela, if the instrumental band is circulated, the scenes rhymed in the publicity will be given an odd man out, a manifestation that causes the involuntary confusion of the people who are a certain personnes caused. However, Apple already quotes Elba’s chanson in the description of the video.

Original paroles quelque chose comme “Biggest, biggest, biggest, biggest, biggest, biggest, it’s the biggest bounce of the summer”. It’s an opportunity to make a reference to the “plus size” new iPhone base, with the introduction of the iPhone 14 Plus, one of the 6.7 pouces. Il faut croire que les syllabes pronocées de “biggest” se superposant à la musique ont pu être perçues comme le mot “niggest” qui peut être traduit comme “le plus noir”. Nous l’avons récoutée, the difference is noticeable.

Do you choose, Apple at-elle eu raison d’agir ainsi ?

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