I think some people just haven't handed in the 'cult of Jobs' cards yet.
You call that 'sexist'? Please, you don't have a freaken clue as to what is sexist then.
I love Leo, but watch any TWiT where he has a young female guest and you'll find far 'worst' sexism' than anything I say in this product release.
Samsung's show was no more 'sexist' than any other average Broadway show, and certainly no more than your average American TV show ... which is faint praise indeed, but that's the point I suppose, when someone is swimming in sexism and the only time they notice it is when it comes from a specific sources that you don't happen to like.
But, I suppose you believe that Samsung should have done this product release in the old fashion 'non-sexist' manner, where you send out a white-male-executive
to talk about the companies financials, then send out another white-male-executive
to explain how innovative magical and revolutionary adding an extra row of icons to your phone is, then send out another white-male-executive
to explain how innovative, magical and revolutionary upgrading your CPU is, then send out another white-male-executive
to explain how innovative, magical and revolutionary skimming off half an mm in depth is, then send out another white-male-executive
to introduce their innovative, magical, revolutionary and completely non-sexist Siri commercial Samsung Galaxy S4 Presentation UNPACKED 2013 [FULL SHOW]
Personally I don't find a young male infatuated with a young girl, or a group of women discussing wedding plans all that 'sexist'. At least not when done in a 'don't take yourself serious', Broadway spoof kind of way. Matter of fact I found it quite refreshing to see a product release that didn't just cater to the Silicon valley geeks and press and their cult members.