The deminse of Steve Jobs made the “iPhone 4s” the top rising search globally on YouTube last week, and the official video introducing Apple’s voice control app, Siri, was seen over one million times, announced YouTube Trends.
Also, note that “Steve Jobs” was the top rising search last week and his 2005 Stanford commencement speech was third. The address was watched roughly 4.6 million times in the past 7 days.
Steve Jobs’ 2005 Stanford Commencement Address
Apple – Introducing Siri on iPhone 4S
The YouTube Trends further reports that “Over 20,000 videos tagged “iPhone” were posted in the past week, a mix of official videos, news videos, parodies, and other reactions. Some of the most popular parodies were those spoofing Apple’s commercials and promos, like “Banned iPhone 4S promo,” (embedded below) which has been seen over 400,000 times.”
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