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The Unofficial Apple Archive, a website that gathers hundreds of videos and images from Apple campaigns since 1977, has launched, and we’ve made a roundup of the weird and wonderful standouts.
Created by Sam Henri Gold, the archive goes beyond what we already know about the company. It also revealed some campaigns that have not been previously seen, including unreleased advertisements and internal materials from the marketing team.
Sam didn’t give details on how he got these ads in order to protect his sources, as presumably only people involved in these projects still have access to them. Some of these videos and images seem to have been scrapped by Apple in a final stage, while others appear to be early drafts. Either way, it’s worth taking a look at some of them.
Due to the privacy settings of the site, it’s not possible to implement the videos here. Click the links to watch the content in The Unofficial Apple Archive.
Apple introduced the iPod touch the same year as the iPhone, but the iPod didn’t have all the iPhone apps at first. It was only with a software update that the device got apps like Maps and Weather, and Apple seems to have created a fun TV ad to show that — which unfortunately never went on air.
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