New iPhone 4S Commercials Feature Siri & John Malkovich

May 23, 2012 - 7 Comments

iPhone 4S commercials with John Malkovich

Apple has started to air two new iPhone 4S commercials, this time featuring actor John Malkovich speaking with Siri. The first ad, shown below, is titled “Life” and features Siri getting philosophical in response to a simple inquiry about life, replying with:

“Try and be nice to people. Avoid eating fat. Read a good book every now and then. Get some walking in. And try to live together in peace and harmony with people of all creeds and nations.”

The second commercial, also embedded below, is titled “Joke” and features a more typical Siri interaction, covering weather, appointments, restaurant searches, and a bad joke about two iPhones walking into a bar.

Both commercials are roughly in the same theme as the other recent celebrity spots featuring Samuel L Jackson and Zooey Deschanel, but have otherwise veered away from Apple’s more traditional commercials.


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Posted by: Matt Chan in Fun, iPhone, News


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  1. Kami says:

    How do i make my siri say that quote about life like the commercial?

  2. Ricardo says:

    What is the name of the song on the background?

  3. travis c says:

    why does the 4s says 3g and not 4g on it are they not in support on 5.1?

  4. moltom says:

    Life quote comes from one of the best movies ever made – Monty Pythons Meaning of Life:

  5. Mr Man says:

    I don’t think anyone would really laugh that hard at the joke.

    I Cringed!!

  6. Charles Dale says:

    I like both commercials. They show what Siri can do and are entertaining to watch. I bet you other people like them to.

  7. Sandeep says:

    These are the worst iPhone commercials that have ever aired, they are incoherent and barely show anything.

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