The iPhone 4 Commercial Song

Sep 29, 2010 - Leave a Comment

There are a bunch of new iPhone 4 commercials playing both in the USA and Europe, they are all without language which makes them able to play across the borders of most countries without any translation.

The other thing to note is that all the new iPhone commercials feature the same pleasant and upbeat slow jazz song in the background.

What song is playing in the iPhone 4 Commercial called Lion?

The song playing is “When You’re Smiling” by Louis Armstrong, it’s a classic jazz melody that was recorded several times by the musician throughout his career, in 1929, 1932, and 1956.

It’s definitely an appropriate song for the iPhone commercials, you can listen to the full version of “When You’re Smiling” by Louis Armstrong as the song embedded below via YouTube:

The song is sure to become popular again, due to the ‘Apple commercial effect’ which regularly makes hits out of songs played. Other examples are the recent commercials for the iPod touch, the iPad, and the iPod Nano, which all feature catchy songs that are now increasingly popular.


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Posted by: Paul Horowitz in iPhone, News

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