Sam Henri Gold, marketer and graphic designer has archived Apple ads from present-day to as far back as the 70’s, including print ads, promo photos, TV ads, and others, organized by year and decade.
Gold mentioned that while the plan is to get everything uploaded to the Internet Archive, he temporarily uploaded it on Google Drive for test flight and accuracy of dates. Jason Scott of the Internet Archive has responded by saying they will be happy to help.
I've decided to open up my Apple video archive via Google Drive as a sorta test flight to make sure all the dates are accurate and to ensure I haven't missed anything, check it out and enjoy! Feedback encouraged 🙂 https://t.co/B2U7KlzZ9n pic.twitter.com/G1iLMmFHJN
— Sam Henri Gold (@samhenrigold) June 21, 2019
Internet Archive is happy to take a copy of this, if you're up for it.
— Jason Scott (@textfiles) July 14, 2019
The Internet Archive began life as a web content platform via the Wayback Machine. Users can type URLs, or web addresses and see versions from different dates. Currently, it has more than twenty years of available history regarding some sites.
Apple is known to be strict when it comes to recent context, including the latest keynotes, but it does tend to be more relaxed towards older videos.