Google likes headphone jacks so much it parodied Jony Ive, but not enough to put one on the Pixel 6
Google ads for Pixel phones have been all over the place as of late, and the latest one about the 5a with 5G’s headphone jack parodies old Jony Ive product videos, but seemingly without realizing its own product history.
“The Circle Comes Full Circle” is just over two minutes long and a clear parody and/or homage to Apple design videos narrated by Jony Ive to accompany the launch of a new product. A British person narrates, and there’s even an opportunity for them to say aluminum with that “fancy pronunciation.”
It starts with a surprisingly long intro, complete with the Latin origin, about “circles.”
And that delight, inspired us to reimagine the circle for the new Google Pixel 5a. Precisely 3.5 millimeters in diameter, forged a machine from the finest premium grade copper.
At one point, Google calls the headphone jack a “glorious achievement that draws from our past as it propels us into the future.”
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