By Stephanie Ciccarelli
June 11, 2007
Have you seen the new iPhone TV commercials yet?
Do you watch the show The Office?
If so, you'll be happy to hear that one of your favorite actors from the hit sitcom landed the role as narrator for the Apple iPhone campaign on television.
It's no surprise that Apple decided go with an actor from the show to perform the voice over.
Apple has promoted "The Office" before during the unveiling of the new widescreen iPod.
Subsequently, "The Office" is the #1 downloaded show through Apple iTunes, so the timing of marrying voice from the comedy with an Apple product, specifically, TV ads for the iPhone, was a perfect choice.
John Krasinski of The Office (pictured above) has been making a name for himself on and off camera.
Apple is always on the cutting edge when they hire voice actors. If you recall, they recruited Kiefer Sutherland to promote the new Intel chip in Macs in 2006.
The Apple iPhone comes out on June 29, 2007.
Watch the ads for the new iPhone and let us know what you think.
Looking forward to hearing from you,
P.S. If you are an Apple fan and haven't caught the Apple TV commercial yet, it has been uploaded to YouTube.com.
Watch it here:
Image sourced from : GiveMeMyRemote.com
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