With the Super Bowl 2014 only a few hours away, we can’t wait anymore to see that game. It is for sure that the Super Bowl 2014 will be truly exciting and different from other Super Bowls held in the past. If you didn’t know, the Super Bowl 2014 is quite different from others.
This is the very first Super Bowl, which will be held outdoors and it will be also held in the cold weather for the first time as well. The Metlife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey will be packed with millions of spectators as the game will kick off between Broncos who play against the Seahawks. Besides the audience in the stadium, there will millions of spectators who will watch this game on TV and the internet. This time, the experts are also expecting that it will be the biggest audience for the Super Bowl, which also makes the Super Bowl 2014 a special event. All the businesses are hence; really interested to air their Super Bowl 2014 ads in this event and Apple Inc. is also not an exception to this.
The Super Bowl 2014 will be probably the biggest event for the marketers and businesses. This is why the organizers are charging $4 million for every 30 second ad in this event. This is also a big event and even after such a big charge, the businesses lining up with their ads to air before, between or at the end of the game. At I4U, we have been bringing up new updates on those Super Bowl 2014 commercials and this time we will be talking about the Apple Super Bowl 2014 ad. Alike the Super Bowl 2014, this year is also special for Apple Inc. This is the 30th anniversary of the legendary Macintosh which started the saga of Apple. It was 1984 when Apple first introduced their Macintosh though their Super Bowl 1984 ad and this will be the 30th anniversary of this ad. This is why; people are speculating that there might a new surprise from Apple this time as well. Although we are yet to hear from Apple about their Super Bowl 2014 ad, the market is filled with lots of rumors on their possible Super Bowl 2014 ad.
All the buzz about the so called Apple Super Bowl 2014 ad started with an LA Times reports that one of the Apple Super Bowl 1984 ad creators has posted a suspicious tweet with saying “Gonna be a goodSuper Bowl, Mac's gonna be 30 :)”. The tweet is from Lee Clow who was the creator of the Apple Super Bowl 1984 ad. A hint from such a person is all enough to ignite the expectation of the people.
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However, as we are yet to be confirmed by Apple in their official sources, we can’t give you any more update on this. Even a few of our colleagues at I4U are skeptical that Apple might not even bother to pay $4 million on the Super Bowl ad. So let keep waiting for any update.