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That Apple 'What's A Computer?" Ad Isn't Sitting Well With Twitter—And They're Sounding Off

That Apple 'What's A Computer?" Ad Isn't Sitting Well With Twitter—And They're Sounding Off
Updated 4 months ago

For better or worse, Apple has become an inherent part of our culture. Their devices, from the iPhone, to the iPad, to the MacBook, are so ubiquitous, as is their operating system, that it's nearly impossible to avoid their presence. With that presence has come some controversy, which has caused them to be on the receiving end of consumer rage multiple times. 

But now, it's a new Apple ad that's drawing people's ire. They call it "What's a Computer?" and it features their new iPad Pro.

In it, a busy tween is shown doing a variety of things throughout their day on their iPad.

Then once back home, a neighbor asks:

What are you doing on your computer?

The kid's response:

"What's a computer?"

Behold:

Well, turns out, Twitter is none too pleased with the ad.

Like, at all...

Others felt that Apple shouldn't be jumping at the chance to bring in the end of the 'computer era'...

But most were just annoyed...

This person felt particularly passionately:

Maybe this ad should go the way of the iPhone headphones jack...

H/T: YouTube, Twitter