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Apple posts Shazam, Loopt iPhone 3G ads

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Apple has posted two new TV advertisements for the iPhone 3G featuring the free iPhone applications Shazam and Loopt, respectively. The Shazam commercial describes a scenario in which the user doesn’t know the name of the song playing, and uses Shazam to determine and subsequently purchase the song. Interestingly, the song featured is “You, Me and the Bourgeoise” by The Submarines, which has been used in the background all of Apple’s recent white-background iPhone commercials. The Loopt spot highlights the social network’s friends, messaging, and location-aware map features. Both commercials are available for viewing now on Apple’s website.

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