Apple iPhone 12 Apps of Christmas

Apple has launched a new television commercial for the iPhone, featuring the “12 Apps of Christmas”, in collaboration with AT&T. Featured in the ad are The Betty Crocker Mobile Cookbook, Postman, My Christmas Gift List, TabToolkit, Holiday Bells, Snow Reports, Christmas Fever, Anna Sheffield Jewelry, myStarbucks, Flight Search, Weather Pro, and Schlage LiNK.

12 Apps of Christmas on Apple iPhone


On the twelfth day of Christmas my iPhone gave to me: 12 cookies cooking, 11 cards a sending, 10 gifts for giving, 9 songs for singing, 8 bells for ringing, 7 slopes for skiing, 6 games for playing, 5 gold rings, 4 hot lattes, 3 flights home, 2 feet of snow, and an app that can light up the tree.

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Credits

The 12 Apps of Christmas ad was developed at TBWA\Media Arts Lab, by chief creative officers / executive creative directors Duncan Milner, Eric Grunbaum, creative directors / associate creative directors Alain Briere, Alicia Dotter, art directors Paula Cristalli, Doug Mukai, Parker Grant, copywriters Ted Kapusta, Claire Morrissey, Louise Shieh, agency producers Hank Zakroff and Janet Cao.

Filming was shot by directors Mark Coppos and Virginia Lee via Green Dot Films with director of photography Rebecca Baehler.

Editor was Jared Coller at Nomad. Post production was done at Company 3 by Brian Robinson and Stefan Sonnenfeld.

  • Deux Doppel

    Anybody tried these?

  • Courtney

    I saw the app that turns on the Xmas lights and had to look it up. I found out it is called, Schlage LiNK.

    The company website says:
    “LiNK is a home-management solution that allows homeowners to monitor and control features of their home through any computer and most Web-enabled mobile phones. It’s built on Z-Wave technology.”

    You can read more about it here: http://link.schlage.com

    I found that it can control your lights, thermostat, door locks and live stream security cameras on your phone. Not just the iPhone either.

    You can read more about the app itself here: http://link.schlage.com/remote_management/Pages/MobileAccess.aspx

    If you have any questions feel free to contact me.

  • Kevin Kaostricks