Macworld UK is reporting – “Misleading” Apple iPhone ad has been banned in the UK after viewers complained that the ad implied a full internet experience on the iPhone, but that because the device does not support Flash and Java these claims were incorrect.
Apple argued that the two standards in question were proprietary, and not integral to the web experience. The ASA did not agree and declared against the company on a number of counts, saying the ad breached CAP (Broadcast) TV Advertising Standards Code rules 5.1 (Misleading advertising), 5.2.1 (Evidence) and 5.2.2 (Implications).”
Very interesting! I wonder if this will have an impact on the Ad here in the states?
(read Full Article –> macworld.co.uk)