Originally Posted by pembroke
Ouch, such egregious grammar!
Can someone puhleeease have a word with Apple's Comms people?!
Either of these would be better:
Tomorrow is just another day...that you'll never forget.
Tomorrow is just another day, a day you'll never forget.
Tomorrow is just another day, and you'll never forget it.
I think you are missing the point.
First, English is a rapidly evolving language, a pastiche of many other languages, and mostly a dog's breakfast of random rules and structures.
Secondly, advertisements need to be current
and will always be on the bleeding edge of new grammar, new terminology and new ways of speaking as opposed to conforming to what the Oxford English Dictionary said was good a few years ago.
Finally, the main point of using grammatically incorrect language in advertising is to get people to turn their heads, and to talk about the language being used, which is exactly what it has achieved
given that we are sitting here having a discussion about the advertisement.